Politics is messy business – and that doesn’t even count the myriad campaign signs that occupy every street corner during election season. Sticky Fingers Ribhouse is helping clean up the mess after Election Day with their “Clean Up Politics” campaign.
From Wednesday, November 7th through Sunday, November 11th, guests who bring a campaign sign into any Sticky Fingers location will receive a free appetizer up to $8 value with the purchase of an entrée.
“We can’t do anything about how messy the political campaigns are, but this is a great way to help get our streets and neighborhoods cleaned up,” Sticky Fingers co-owner Robert Patterson said. “We try to add a little fun to a chaotic time of year while treating our customers to some free food.”
For more information about Sticky Fingers, and to learn more about the “Clean Up Politics” Campaign, visit StickyFingers.com.
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