Ted's Montana Grill wants you to prove how much you love its burgers. The company, which is running a decent meal promotion right now, has also started a contest to find its biggest burger fan. Ted's Burger FANatic contest has simple rules: You find a way to show your undying love for its burgers, and Ted's awards you with a 2009 Toyota Prius if your display is the best.
You can take a picture, make a video, write a sonnet or haiku -- do anything that you feel will best everyone else in the nation.
And even if yours isn't the best, all qualified entrants will get a coupon for a free burger at Ted's. See, we're all winners.
Just ask Ted's CEO George McKerrow Jr., who had this to say about the contest: "The response to the contest and passion for Ted's burgers has been incredible so far. We can't wait to see what our burger fans come up with in the next couple of weeks, but we can already tell it's going to be tough to pick the winners."
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