Hurricane Grill & Wings has officially announced its all-new Gridiron Classic limited-time menu, just in time for the start of football season. Fans can also celebrate kick-off with the launch of Hurricane Grill & Wings’ 100 Days of Prizes, including a grand prize of two tickets to the big game this upcoming February.
Available now through December 18, the Gridiron Classic menu features appetizers, entrées and beverages that are sure to upgrade fans’ game day experiences. The limited time menu includes Nashville Chili Cheese Curds, a Jalapeno Cheddar Stuffed Sausage Sandwich, a Steak, Sausage and Bacon Quesadilla, along with the newly introduced fan favorite – the Na’Cho Average Wings. To cool down the red-hot flavors offered across the new menu, guests can pair their unbeatable selections with a Hurricane Grill & Wings style Tropical Screwdriver, a Miller Lite or a Coors Light.
Along with a winning menu, Hurricane Grill & Wings’ fans can also score big in the chain’s two-phase promotional contest. During Phase 1, which runs now through October 31, the wing restaurant is putting 18 pairs of NFL tickets up for grabs. Guests will enter to win via scanning a QR code on a table tent or poster at their local Hurricane Grill & Wings. The clock will start ticking on November 1, Phase 2, for the Gridiron Classic Countdown to the big game. Fans will have the chance win big with 100 days of football-themed giveaways through February 8, including a premium home theater system, a backyard tailgate package, a pair of tickets to the big game this upcoming February in Arizona in addition to high-end coolers, cornhole sets, tailgate kits and gift cards.
“This year, we’ve continued to expand our annual Gridiron Classic promotion with an all-star line-up for all of our football fans to enjoy,” says Gregg Nettleton, president and COO of Hurricane Grill & Wings. “Not only will our new Gridiron Classic menu fulfill game day cravings, but we also have some incredible prizes that we know will score big with our guests.”
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