GLENDALE Calif. IHOP Corp. on Monday launched an all-you-can-eat pancake offer dubbed the 2009 Hungry Consumer Relief Plan that is designed to have “minimum economic impact” on customers, according to the family-dining chain. The promotion will run through Feb. 22. The offer is available all day at participating locations within the 1,375-unit chain. Recommended prices start at $4.99 for the a la carte pancake offer, or $5.99 as part of a combination meal, which might include eggs, ...

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