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Hard Rock Cafe Offers Cops 71-Cent Hamburgers on June 14

June 12, 2008  | 

Hard Rock International will celebrate its Founders' Day by serving those "rock stars" who serve us. For the second consecutive year, on Saturday, June 14th, participating Hard Rock Cafes in the continental U.S., Canada, and Europe will host the Burger Badge Bash, a birthday celebration like no other. Community servants, including police, firefighters, and emergency medical technicians, are invited to celebrate the birth of an instant classic by enjoying any of Hard Rock's Legendary Burgers for just 71 cents as a commemoration of the birth year of the Hard Rock chain.

Since 1971, Hard Rock Cafes have served more than 6 million Legendary Experience Burgers each year. Now they'll open their doors to the hardworking men and women behind the badge with a 71 cent offering from the Hard Rock Legendary Experience. All six Legendary Burger selections feature a proprietary blend of grilled Certified Angus Beef topped with mouth-watering sauces, cheeses and other unique flavors .

In addition to the 71 cent price of Legendary Burgers for badge holders, select Hard Rock Cafes around the world are creating customized birthday celebrations, featuring retro music set to 1971 and complimentary Hard Rock birthday cake.

"At Hard Rock International, we are dedicated to our 'Love All, Serve All' mantra," said Sean Dee, vice president and chief marketing officer of Hard Rock International. "On Founders' Day, the Burger Badge Bash provides us with a great opportunity to celebrate our heritage, while giving back to those who serve and protect our communities."

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adfisher @ 6/13/2008 2:29 PM

"A Legendary Experience Burger....it's for a cop." (Watch Super Troopers if you don't get this.)

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