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Hot Date: Free Mooyah Turkey Burgers on Tuesday, January 22

I don’t have a clue or desire to know why there’s a National Turkey Burger Month, but I’m pretty sure turkeys aren’t behind it. Maybe the National Turkey Council needs to move a few Thanksgiving leftovers. Maybe not. Either way, Jennie-O, that mom-and-pop turkey producer with free range pens in the backyard, likes the idea. So does Mooyah, the Dallas-based burger emporia. Mooyah is rolling out 200 calorie turkey burgers and wants you to try them. For free.

Pop into a participating Mooyah on Tuesday, January 22, buy a drink, and receive a free turkey burger. Bad hair day? Turn to Mooyah’s Facebook page and download a coupon for a free gobble burger (with a fries and drink purchase), or text “turkeytarian” to 30364 to enter a contest for a year’s supply of Mooyah turkey burgers.

Free is good, except if you’re a turkey.


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