A POPULAR restaurant chain has revealed that patrons can get free food by filling out a simple form online.
Twin Peaks is offering a complimentary order of chips and queso and other freebies to anyone who signs up for the Friends of the Peaks Club.
“Claim your coupon when you sign up for our weekly newsletter with info on upcoming events and promotions,” the company’s website says.
The chain celebrated by bringing a live DJ and two Indianapolis Colts players to the grand opening event.
Twin Peaks also just added 16 new drink options to its already extensive menu.
The updated menu includes six new tequilas, a mezcal option, and a new martini category.
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Now, the son of Hooters founder Robert Brooks is a Twin Peaks franchise owner.
Robert’s heir Coby was forced to sell Hooters in 2011 to settle a lawsuit with his father’s widow Tami.
After that, Coby contacted Twin Peaks owner Randy Dewitt and went to work for the competition.
“So I asked him if he would give me a shot at being a franchisee. He asked if I had a noncompete clause. I told him no.”
He prefers Twin Peaks to the chain his dad founded.
“One thing I found was that the way Randy set things up, there’s very little work for the girls,” Coby said.
“They focus on serving the customer; that’s it. They don’t have to bus tables, work as barbacks, cut fruit, or set up tables.”
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