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Deal Diva: Election Day deals and freebies

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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - On Election Day, a number of Grand Strand eateries will be offering deals and even free food in honor of the democratic process. 

Marco's Pizza

Managers at Marco's Pizza said it will reward those who cast their votes for Marco's on Election Day with a voucher for a free medium one-topping pizza. Employees plan to give out vouchers for a free pizza at polling locations to thank voters for turning out to vote. 

"With the campaign finally coming to an end, we thought voters needed a free pizza," said Cathy Hull, chief marketing officer at Marco's Pizza. 

Bob Evans

To celebrate the country's great democratic process, Bob Evans Restaurants is offering a free order of breakfast sausage throughout the month of November. In fact, the chain's offer is good right up to Jan. 21, 2017. The 2016 Bob Evans Sausage Election was created to relieve campaign fatigue with a fictitious battle for the breakfast plate, according to the popular restaurant chain. 

An online poll asks the public to side with either the "Patties for the People" or "Links for Liberty" party and make their opinion heard.

Fans can simply vote for their preference — sausage patties or sausage links — and print out the Bob Evans coupon.

BurgerFi

Still can't decide this election? Maybe a visit to a BurgerFi restaurant will help those indecisive voteres. The franchise burger joint will offer the Conflicted Burger at a discount on Nov. 8. 

"Corporate came up with this great idea for Election Day; if you are conflicted about which candidate to vote for, the Conflicted Burger will help you out," explained Larry Higgins, owner of the BurgerFi on S.C. 544 in Myrtle Beach. 

Visitors can stop by after they voted or even before they head to polls to try the burger.

Know of other any other election deals or freebies? Email them to cbell@wmbfnews.com.

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