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Arby's is giving away golf clubs in the run up to Father's Day

Arby’s to give away golf clubs in the run up to Father’s Day

A Burger Driver can be won from the quick-service restaurant chain between now and June 9.

Arby’s is giving away limited-edition golf clubs in the run up to Father’s Day, which is June 16 this year as part of a promotion of its burger.

For a chance to win the specially designed Burger Driver, people can visit until June 9 at 11:59 p.m. to enter.

“Arby’s Burger Driver was made for our fans who love golfing almost as much as they love a juicy burger,” Arby’s chief marketing officer Ellen Rose said in a statement.

“We know that our burgers have what it takes to drive away the competition and put a little sizzle in fans’ golf swings, and now we can’t wait to see our new Burger Driver add some extra flavor to the fairway!”

Arby’s burgers, introduced in 2022, are unique in that the chain does not have a grill, so they are cooked in advance in sous-vide and then fried to order.

They won the 2023 Nation’s Restaurant News MenuMasters award for best new item.

The current versions of the burger currently available are the Arby’s Deluxe Burger, topped with American cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, pickles, and a special burger sauce on a brioche bun, starting at $6.99, and the Big Cheesy Bacon Burger, which is topped with six pieces of bacon, American and Swiss cheeses, lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles burger sauce on a toasted brioche bun, starting at $7.99

Arby’s has also declared June 10-16 Beef Week and is offering five of its Classic Roast Beef Sandwiches for $5 when guests order via the chain’s app or web site.

National Roast Beef Day is June 12.

Arby’s is a subsidiary of Atlanta-based Inspire Brands and operates or franchises more than 3,500 locations globally.

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