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Li’l Woody’s launch create your own “Dream Burger” contest

Posted by Danielle Anthony-Goodwin on January 21st, 2014

lwBallard’s popular burger joint Li’l Woody’s (2040 NW Market St.) launched their create your own “dream burger” competition last Friday. From now until February 13, Li’l Woody’s fans have the chance to design and name their own dream burger with the winner being announced on Valentine’s Day.

Wondering how to enter? Simply show your love for Li’l Woody’s online by posting photos via Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter and include #IHeartBurgers. Make your photos as creative and amazing as possible. The best/most creative entry will win the chance to design and name their own Dream Burger which will be featured for a week at both the Ballard and Capital Hill Li’l Woody’s locations.

A portion of the proceeds from the burger that is created will go to the much-loved local organization, Treehouse. Treehouse works to assist the 1,300 to 1,500 children in foster care in King County, and about 10,000 children in foster care across the State.

“We love our customers and Valentine’s Day seems like the right time to share our love for burgers,” says owner Marcus Lalario. “We enjoy engaging with our patrons in such a fun way, while spreading the Treehouse love around.”

Li’l Woody’s first place winner will earn the title of “Dream Burger Creator” and a prize pack, which includes a burger a week for a year and Li’l Woody’s t-shirts. Second and Third Place winners will also receive a prize pack.

Good luck!

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