Back Yard Burgers for only $1.87 on May 19

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May is National Burger Month and Back Yard Burgers’ is marking the occasion by throwing back the price of its Classic Burger to $1.87 on Friday, May 19th. That’s the original price when the restaurant opened 30 years ago in 1987.  Back Yard Burgers has teamed up with Share Our Strength (SOS) – the non-profit that works to end childhood hunger – and all guests who donate any amount to SOS’s No Kid Hungry campaign can purchase the burger for $1.87.

Throughout May (National Burger Month), guests who donate $5 to Share Our Strength will receive a coupon book with free or discounted Back Yard Burgers favorites.  Coupon offers include $3 off any adult combo, a free order of fries with any purchase, and a free cobbler with any combo purchase.

The restaurant’s goal is to raise $50K in May for SOS. The restaurant’s goal is to raise $50,000 for No Kid Hungry as part of National Burger Month.

“We are raising money for No Kid Hungry this May because we want to change the staggering fact that one in five American children struggles with hunger,” said David McDougall, CEO of Back Yard Burgers. “While a lot has changed in 30 years of business, our commitment to giving back to the community and to serving the best-tasting burgers in the business hasn’t.”

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