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Serious All-You-Can-Eat: Chance to Win PDQ for a Year

It doesn't matter the occasion or the prize, but everyone likes to win something from time to time -- heck, even if it's just bragging rights.

But when food is involved, there's a bit more cause for excitement. Hey, we all need to eat and food always tastes better when it's free.

To help promote itself bring out your competitive streak, PDQ is offering guests a chance to win free food for an entire year.

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The Tampa-based chain is giving fans a chance to win free food by eating their favorite meals in July.

As you would expect, there is a slight catch, you have to eat PDQ on ten separate days during the month.

There are, however, plenty of prizes to win. Each store will pick three winners to receive $500, $250, and $125 gift cards. Two additional entrants have the chance to win a pair of round trip tickets on American Airlines.

"Along with high-quality food, PDQ believes in memorable service and genuine hospitality," says Palm Beach PDQ CEO Tim Gannon. "Whether it's walking guests to and from their cars with umbrellas when it rains, or celebrating with free tenders on National Brown Shoes Day, PDQ loves to exceed guests' expectations. Offering the

chance to win free PDQ for a year is just another way for us to thank our loyal fans."

The fast-casual specializes in hand-breaded chicken tenders, salads, sandwiches, fresh-cut fries and hand spun malts and milkshakes that include specialty flavors like Heath bar, Oreo, and apple pie.

Word to the wise: if you win, we'd suggest limiting the shakes.

To enter, visit

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