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Celebrate National Cheeseburger Day With a Free Cheesy Burger at Burger 21

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Everyone loves free food, and everyone knows the best time to find free food is on a food holiday. In case you weren't able to get a free slice on National Cheese Pizza Day last month, you have another opportunity to score some free food this week.

In celebration of National Cheeseburger Day this Thursday, September 18, Burger 21 in Davie will reward members of its email club -- the B21 Club -- with a free cheesy burger.

But you have to act fast: To receive this special offer, you'll need to join the restaurant's B21 Club before Wednesday, September 17. If you do, you'll also receive a free french fry offer to use during another Burger 21 visit. Consider it a "thank you" for signing up.

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To become a member of the B21 Club, sign up here. Once you're a member, you'll receive a special coupon via email that will grant you a free cheesy burger -- the Burger 21's classic cheeseburger -- with the purchase of a burger, salad, or hot dog from September 17 through September 19.

Burger 21 is a fast causal chain with 14 locations in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, and Virginia. The menu offers 21 unique burgers, as well as signature milkshakes, gourmet-style hot dogs, hand-breaded chicken tenders, and fresh salads served in a contemporary diner atmosphere.

For more information on Burger 21 visit the website at www.burger21.com, or call 954-530-4296.

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