Free tacos for a month? The dream is real — but you’re going to have to work for it.
The taco gurus at BC Tacos launched a city-wide scavenger hunt this week. It runs through Sunday and it’s pretty simple: Fifty Caveman Brutus (BCTacos’ lovable mascot) stickers have been plastered throughout Coral Springs. Participants need to find them, take photos with them, and upload them to social media while tagging @BCTacos and hashtagging #CoralSprings and #IFoundBrutus.
Each sticker and corresponding uploaded photo counts as one entry toward the winning prize: Free BC Tacos for a month. Anyone who hunts down all 50 stickers and takes photos with each of them will automatically win free tacos for a month. Additional prizes include dinners for two or four, as well as Sunday brunches.
“This is all to get the community excited about BC Tacos’ brick-and-mortar location,” spokesperson Emily Taffel says. “A lot of people know BC Tacos as a food truck, but didn’t realize that there’s now a spot in Coral Springs, too.”
Winners of the contest will be announced on Sunday, April 7, between 3 and 7 p.m. at the restaurant’s Cave to the Cravings party. The first 100 guests at the party will get a free taco and there will be specials all day, including BOGO wine and beer as well as half-priced appetizers.
Taffel was kind enough to exclusively tell New Times readers where some of the stickers are.
“First of all, there’s one on BC’s front door,” she says. “There are several along [the Walk of Coral Springs], one at Coral Square Mall, one by the firehouse, and one inside of Salvation Tattoo.”
You’re welcome. Now get moving.
BC Tacos’ Cave to the Cravings. 3 to 7 p.m. Sunday, April 7, at BC Tacos, 5781 Coral Ridge Dr., Coral Springs; facebook.com. Admission is free.
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