It definitely helps that our Colorado restaurant goes through about 4,000 eggs a week, while our Kentucky locations collectively average 18,000 eggs a week.
DENVER (PRWEB) December 10, 2012
Wild Eggs – a family-owned breakfast restaurant - is cracking closer to its four millionth egg. To celebrate, the timely recipient of this milestone meal will win complimentary breakfast for two for a full year.
“Waking up on the wild side is easy,” said Wild Eggs Colorado co-owner Mike Rothberg. “All you have to do is order your favorite egg dish with us, and the odds of winning free breakfast for two for a year increases. It definitely helps that our Colorado restaurant goes through about 4,000 eggs a week, while our Kentucky locations collectively average 18,000 eggs a week.”
Following the four millionth egg announcement, each of the subsequent Wild Eggs restaurants will select 4,000,001, 4,000,002, and 4,000,003 recipients, giving away a total of 416 free meals in 2013. Four wild winners will each receive a $25 gift certificate every week for 52 weeks, valued at $1,300. There’s only one rule: the winning egg must be served as an egg and not in the batter of a pancake, waffle, crepe or muffin.
“We were excited to get word that we had the three millionth egg this year,” said Matt Bergman, eggsecutive chef of Wild Eggs Denver. “It’s something that our egg supplier tracks for us. Even better, it’s great to see Frankie (the three millionth egg recipient) every week with a friend or family member. We can’t wait to meet our next regular!”
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About Wild Eggs Colorado
Wild Eggs is a contemporary breakfast, brunch and lunch restaurant that originally hatched in Louisville, Ky in 2007, before finding its way back to its Colorado roots in August 2011. Today, the restaurant operates a total of four locations: one in Colorado and three in Kentucky. Wild Eggs is open daily for breakfast and lunch from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on weekdays and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekends. For more information on Wild Eggs, visit http://www.wildeggs.com