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After a rather peculiar offer, if Colin Kaepernick wins the Super Bowl on Sunday, he will receive free Red Robin for the rest of his life (Credit: AP Photo)
For some, the best part of the week prior to the Super Bowl is all of the questions players are asked by the media. Last week, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was asked by a financial adviser from New York where the quarterback would like to go out to dinner, he chose Red Robin.
According to the profile, the 49ers quarterback is fond of Red Robin.
A member of the Red Robin corporate offices read the story and decided to cash in on Kaepernick’s success and his love of Red Robin.
If Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers win on Sunday, the star quarterback receives free Red Robin for the rest of his life.
According to the letter written by CEO Steve Carley, the company is “ecstatic” that Kapernick is a fan and says “there’s been an abundance of bicep kissing and screams of “touchdown!” among our Red Robin Team Members lately.” He then offered the free food, plus a two-for-one burger offer for all customers at San Francisco-area locations if the 49ers win.
While Kaepernick is sure to get a new contract soon that will allow him to afford fancier places than Red Robin, this has to be one of the best offers for winning the Super Bowl.
Win or lose, I am sure Kaepernick will be eating a Red Robin burger next week.
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