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Win a Pair of Tickets to the Riverwalk Trust Burger Battle This Friday

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In an ongoing effort to bring our loyal readers free stuff, we raided our closet and found one last pair of tickets to the sold-out Riverwalk Trust Burger Battle this Friday, May 13, at the Riverside Hotel Lawn in downtown Fort Lauderdale.

With these coveted and impossible-to-get tickets, you'll be able to sample and vote on more than a dozen of South Florida's best burgers.

You'll also enjoy great music and a French fry bar, and you'll get three drink tickets each so you can wash down those burgers in style.

Here's how to win:

Simply post your best food-related joke on this blog post, using the "comment" feature below. Be sure to use a valid email address when you post so we can get in touch with you if you win. Then, ask your friends and family to "like" your joke. The joke with the most "likes" by 5 p.m. today wins the tickets.

We'll notify the winner by email with directions on how to pick up their prize. Good luck, and be funny!

 

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