Found June 27, 2013 on
Everyone love's Robert Griffin III. The man has the coolest Adidas commercials, Subway for life (right?), fans are buying him wedding presents, the whole world is watching his knee--the love is definitely there for the second year quarterback of the Washington Redskins.
It is kind of hard to beat sandwiches for life, but a local Richmond, VA (where the Redskins have training camp) Arby's fast food restraunt is doing what it can to woe one of the most popular players in the NFL into gracing their humble establishment with his presence.
His own reserved parking spot.
@RGIII Hope you like Beef and Cheddar's !!! Saw this at the Arby's down the street from Training Camp...CAN'T WAIT pic.twitter.com/5IoJgllT81
— Mark T. Farmer (@Mark_T_Farmer) June 27, 2013
Don't laugh! Have you ever tried to go to a fast food place during the lunch rush and not been able to find a spot? That space is greasy, yummy, beef n'cheddar gold!
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