Freebirds: Winning for losing
Continued from page 3 Austin, Texas-based Freebirds World Burrito, like many other brands, will count on fans to fill out NCAA tournament brackets for its March promotion. But the fast-casual chain won’t be rewarding people who make the most correct picks. For its “March Badness” game on Facebook, the entry with the fewest winners will take a grand prize of free burritos for a year. Spokeswoman Sara Barker of Freebirds’ parent company, Tavistock Restaurants ...
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