Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Win free fried chicken for life, round 2

Federal Donuts will match contributions, and proceeds will go to Broad Street Ministries.

Win free fried chicken for life, round 2

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Federal Donuts´ golden ticket.
Federal Donuts' golden ticket.

Here's your chance (again) to win free fried chicken for life at Federal Donuts.

Back on July 6, the doughnuts-and-fried-chicken shops in South Philly and Center City gave away "golden tickets" entitling bearers to a variety of prizes. Two of the golden tickets were good for free fried chicken for life (a half-order, plus a doughnut, each week).

One of the golden tickets went unclaimed.

The owners are reviving the promotion, but are adding a charitable component.

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Beginning Wednesday, July 17, customers can donate to $1 Broad Street Ministry, which feeds the hungry.

For one week, Fed Nuts will match all donations. On Friday, July 26, a drawing will be held among the donors, and the winner will get the second ticket. 

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