Restaurant Gives Huge Incentives

Restaurant Gives Huge Incentives

ROCKFORD, IL – A local restaurant is giving it’s largest customers incentives to come in and get bigger.

“Chick-A-Doo is not concerned with our city’s obesity problem. They are giving away free meals for customers over 350 lbs.,” says a thin spokeswoman for the chain restaurant. She adds, “We love our large customers. They drink a lot of Diet Pepsi, and always get dessert.”

Restaurant manager, Neil Chadwick Henderson, offers positive, warm thoughts about the enormous incentives it brings to our community-at-large (Get it? No pun intended.):

“We are trying to make Rockford No.1 in the nation for obesity.  It will bring lots of tourists, and downtown hotels will be packed if we build them. This will force the the city’s wealthiest four people to build hotels and another parking garage.  There’s no more room at the Winnebago County Jail Hotel and this is a problem that we, Chick-A-Doo, will fix with our huge incentives.”

 

 

 

 


Tags assigned to this article:
chick-a-doodowntownhuge incentivesrockford hotels

Related Articles

Rockford Pokemon Go Athletes Receive Limited LINK and WIC Card Points

Rockford, IL — Rockford-area Pokemon Go athletes received big news from Wisconsin and Illinois’s welfare departments:  LINK and WIC cards are

Rockford Families Make Pretty Fall Photos Now (Winter Is Coming!) Hurry to Starbucks and Buy Grandé #PumpkinSpiceLatte! Take nice internet photos for Rockford Facebook

Rockford, IL— Families all over Rockford are visiting state parks and pretty areas with many trees and leaves—especially rich white people’s

“Breakfast at Minglewood” Wins The Rockford Best Film Award

Rockford, IL – The Rockford film council awarded the director of “Breakfast at Minglewood” a Best Film award today. Minglewood,

No comments

Write a comment
No Comments Yet! You can be first to comment this post!

Write a Comment

Thank you for spending time with us on the internet. Please waste more time and energy by sharing your internet emotions below:

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.