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Tell us how often you eat fast food and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
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During hard times, eating cheap food may seem to make sense, but it can be more costly to us in the long run.
I would never advocate buying fast food just to win something. If you are already driving thru, however, it’s something to consider. And with many of the prizes having less to do
Most of us have been there (when I was in college, I was there 3 times a week during my first year…sorry mum and dad). You go out with your buddies, have a few beers and by the tim
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