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Become The President of Dunkin' Nation; Free Yogurt Deal

Like it or not, the 2012 Presidential elections have begun.

For the next year, we'll be subjected to campaign speeches, debates, nasty commercials and lots of baby kissing by candidates who are about as in-touch with the public as martians are. 
At some point, you'll probably scratch your head and say "I could do a better job." Here's your chance to be President...of the Dunkin' Nation.

Dunkin' Donuts, pusher of the caffeine and sugar we all need to make it through the day, is looking for the next President of Dunkin' Nation - and no campaign ads are required. How do you run for President?

Register for President of Dunkin' Nation with Foursquare or Facebook and start checking in to your local Dunkin' Donuts.

Check in once per hour, up to ten times a day. The first check in for the day also enters you in their daily sweepstakes.

Five Presidents will be named and will each get a prize package that

includes a 50" television and a personalized card, naming you President.

On other free fronts, if you like Greek yogurt, you probably like free Greek yogurt even better. Friend Oikos Greek Yogurt by Dannon on Facebook and they'll e-mail you a coupon for a free one!

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Laine Doss is the food and spirits editor for Miami New Times, covering the restaurant and bar scene in South Florida. She has been featured on Cooking Channel’s Eat Street and Food Network’s Great Food Truck Race. Doss won an Alternative Weekly award for her feature on what it’s like to wait tables. In a previous life, she appeared off-Broadway and shook many a cocktail as a bartender at venues in South Florida and New York City. When she’s not writing, you can find Doss running some marathon then celebrating at the nearest watering hole.
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