Found September 03, 2013 on My Sports Rumors:
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Dunkin Donuts is looking to capitalize on the fandom that surrounds New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski. The two have teamed up on a three month promotion surrounding a video game using his likeness. The game is called “Gronk Chomp” and Dunkin Donuts will be giving away five daily prizes in the form of gift cards worth $8.70. In addition to that every player gets entered into the grand prize drawing where 87 people will get to have a DD breakfast with Gronkowski at Gillette Stadium in November. Click here to play Gronk Chomp. (H/T Boston Herald) The post Gronkowski teams with Dunkin Donuts for video game appeared first on My Sports Rumors.
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