Valentine's Day us here and we are excited to celebrate the day with our loved ones. From planning special dates to popping the question, there's a lot on people's minds. We can only imagine the stress and anxiety of those thinking of proposing marriage to their loved ones. Offering a glimmer of hope and support, a restaurant is offering free food to couples who propose successfully at one of their locations - the perfect Valentine's gift, we must say.
Cracker Barrel is a chain of homestyle food restaurants with various eateries all over the US. The restaurant announced the offer called "I Said 'Yes' at Cracker Barrel Valentine's Day Contest "to gift free food for an entire year to those couples who propose at any of their restaurants between February 10 and February 16, 2023. To avail the offer, the couple must upload a video of the proposal on Instagram, tagging the official Cracker Barrel account and using the hashtags #ISaidYesAtCrackerBarrel and #Contest along with "why they decided to propose at the iconic restaurant."
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There's something for those too who are not ready to commit yet. Couples dining at Cracker Barrel between February 10 and February 14 can enjoy a free dessert with select entrees.
According to a Today report, Jennifer Tate, Cracker Barrel's senior vice president and chief marketing officer, shared in a press release, "Cracker Barrel isn't just a restaurant, it's a place where care is the main ingredient-from the homestyle food we serve to our warm, welcoming atmosphere-guests can expect the same familiarity and comfort of feeling cared for in everything we do, every time they visit. This Valentine's Day, we want to extend our main ingredient even more by inviting guests to show the person they care about most how truly special they are."
Isn't this an exciting opportunity to get more out of your Valentine's proposal? So, are you ready to pop the question?
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