So, you say the satisfaction that comes from participating in one of the greatest privileges of a free and democratic society isn’t quite enough? How about free food? Keep that little “I Voted” sticker on your shirt or blouse and go by Krispy Kreme for a free donut. If you want something to dunk in in, Starbucks will give you a free cup of coffee (you don’t even need the sticker; just say “I voted”). Shane’s BBQ Shacks are doling out chicken nuggets, fries and a soft drink to the first 300 voters. Chick-Fil-A has free chicken sandwiches (aren’t you glad election day isn’t on a Sunday?). And Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream shops have scoops for the electorate.
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Free stuff, just for voting
Written By Administrator On November 4, 2008
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