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Thursday, May 21, 2009

Let's Be Frank's Twitter Marketing: Buy the Dogs, Mention the Tweet, Score the Sauce

Posted By on Thu, May 21, 2009 at 11:00 AM

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Let's Be Frank (3318 Steiner at Chestnut), part of a wave of new food establishments to utilize Twitter as a marketing tool, has announced a devilish deal on its feed. Customers who come in from Saturday, May 23, through Monday, May 25, and purchase three 12-ounce packs of brats or dogs will receive a free jar of LBF's Devil Sauce (a $9.50 value) if they mention they read the offer via tweet. LBF touts the sauce, which is laden with peppers, ginger, garlic and secret spices, as a good addition to eggs, dips, and marinades. Who knows: Since SFoodie wasn't blown away by the dog we tried on our last visit, a little dose of satan might be just the thing.

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