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Free Smashburger, The Power of Herbs and a Little Orange Crush in Today's Eater's Digest

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Free Smashburger
Today, May 25, Valley Smashburger restaurants want to help feed a hungry, your hungry friend and hungry Arizona children. Smashburger is working with St. Mary's food bank to help end hunger by offering you a great buy-1-get-1 free deal. Buy one entree and get a free 1/3 lb All-American Smashburger. Click here to print your coupon.

And if you bring five or more canned food items with you, Smashburger will give you $5 worth of "Smashburger Bucks" to use the next time you are craving a burger. All donation will go to the St. Mary's Food bank. Visit Smashburger's website to find out more.

That's the Power of Herbs
Tonight at TeaTime in Scottsdale Dr. Phil Wazny, NMD will be speaking with folks about the power of herbs and medicinal plants. Tea expert Bob Williford will also be teaching you how to properly prepare tea and the correct way to enjoy it.This is a free seminar which includes tea samples and cookies. Space is limited. Call 480-686-8503 to RSVP.

Go Suns!
This week Fry's Food Stores want to give you a free Suns Playoff Hat with the purchase of any Coca-Cola or Budweiser product from their valley stores. Just bring your reciept to the Fry's Rewards Zone outside of U.S. Airways Center or take it to the Suns Team Shop during normal business hours and they will hook you up with your hat. Offer ends Sunday May 30th.

If you're looking for a spot to enjoy the game tonight, hit up downtown Phoenix's newest baby, The Duce. After months of anticipation, the Chicago themed bar/restaurant/gym/retail spot is finally open and to celebrate they are offering 2-for-1 Orange Crush and Dreamsicle floats for the kids, fresh-squeezed screwdrivers for adults, complimentary valet parking and chicken & ribs right off the grill. The party starts at 4 and goes till 11 p.m. Click here for more information.

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Shannon Armour
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