Culture Hey, don't we deserve a $5 burger this year?

Hey, don’t we deserve a $5 burger this year?

It’s been a tough year. Unprecedented even. Now we’re going back to school and that raises issues even in a “normal” year.

So, we deserve something, don’t we? And what about our hardworking restaurants that have taken it on the chin this year? Yep, we all deserve it.

How ‘bout a $5 burger?

Yes, folks it’s Burger Week and we here at the Fort Worth Business Press are supporting this.

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What’s Up, Fort Worth? Is behind the event, now in its second year. And, guess what? A $5 burger is easy. Just show up at one of the now through Aug. 30 and ask for their $5 burger deal.

Proceeds from the event will benefit the Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth and it will also benefit the restaurants you patronize.

Due to COVID-19 concerns, this year’s burger passport is digital. As you eat your burger, just take a photo and tag @whatsupfortworth on Facebook @whatsupfw on Instagram for a chance to win a cool prize.

So here are your marching orders. Go eat a burger. What could be easier?

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