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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)
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Jamie McDonald/Getty Images Good news is present for New England Patriots fans and the news involves a key piece of the offense. Tight end Rob Gronkowski was at practice today in full pads for the first time since undergoing multiple forearm surgeries and one surgery on his back this offseason. It is still not realistic to expect Gronkowski to be ready when the Patriots open up...
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