- Mr Burger, an Australian fast food chain based in Melbourne, offers its customers free supply of burgers for life
- This can be achieved if customers legally change their surname to “Burger”
- Customers must send proof of name-change confirmation from the Australian Government by 11:59 PM on July 31
- Other conditions include age requirement of over 18 years and must be an Australia-based citizen
- Only the first 10 customers get the chance to win lifetime supply of free burgers
Do you want to have free supply of burgers for life? Here is what you should do: You have to legally change your surname to “Burger.”
Yes, Mr Burger, an Australian fast food chain based in Melbourne, is offering its first 10 customers who will legally have their surname changed and send as a proof a name-change confirmation from the Australian Government by 11:59 PM on July 31, an article written by Adam Boult on The Telegraph stated.
The fast food chain has set other conditions to include an age requirement of over 18 years and should be an Australia-based citizen so they can personally pick up their daily burger.
According to Maleik Edwards, the Mr Burger marketing manager, the idea came after last week’s stressful news between Brexit, the election and the crazy weather, as well. The concept, serves as a great way of brightening people’s day, he added.
In addition to this, the food chain will also refund the A$101.40 name-change fee for everyone who will take the dare.
The food chain, however, cleared that anyone whose surname is already “Burger” is barred from entering as it disclosed that few vouchers await those who has pre-existing Burgers as surname.
As such, the “Free Burgers for Life” offer for any newly-named Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms Burgers will constitute seven “Mr Burger” burgers a week or one burger a day.
So what are you waiting for? Change your present surname to ‘Burger’ and win your lifetime supply of free burgers.