Forget Tebow-ing, Cheeseburger in Paradise Has a Better Idea


Cheeseburger in Paradise is hoping its new Internet campaign of "flamingo’ing" will be the latest craze to hit since planking and Tebow’ing. 

In honor of the fourth annual Molly Flamingo Photo Contest, Cheeseburger in Paradise is giving away prizes to the top winners, with a grand prize of an all-inclusive trip for two to Vegas. In addition to specials throughout the months of March, April, and June, this year’s contest will also include a Nationwide Flock Mob.

“Every year we look forward to the annual Molly Flamingo Photo Contest just as much as our fans,” says Casey Barile, Cheeseburger in Paradise's director of marketing.  “This year we are putting a spin on the annual photo contest and starting the latest craze called flamingo’ing. We have been practicing our form and we can’t wait to see how creative the fans can be with their entries”

Back for its fourth year, the Molly Flamingo Photo Contest will bring out the most creative and fun flamingo’ing fans  Prizes will be given away to the top 10 winners, with a grand prize of an all inclusive stay for two in Vegas. Here’s how to enter (no purchase necessary):

  • Customers will take awesome, creative photos of them ‘flamingo’ing’.
  • Customers will submit photos to its website either using the QR Code on the promo materials through their phone, or on the website page.
  • Grand Prize winners will be awarded on a national level for participating contestants.

The months of Molly Flamingo also means drink specials all day on Tuesday (see local store for available times) like the Flockin Cocktail for only $5.  

On a special Flockin Tuesday, on April 17, every Cheeseburger in Paradise will be participating in the first Nationwide Flock Mob. Fans across the country will come together at their local Cheeseburger in Paradise to attempt to make history.  Guests will receive a ‘Flock Card’ for participating, and the store with the largest Flock Mob will win a free meal for each fan who attends.

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