California restaurant offered customers a year of free burgers in exchange for a tattoo of its logo

California restaurant chain has offered especially loyal visitors to get a tattoo of the logo of the institution in exchange for a year of free burgers. According to the Fox News channel, this is how the business called Farmer Boys decided to celebrate its 40th anniversary.

To participate in the campaign, those wishing to participate must submit an online application by May 21 and be over the age of 18. Then they will need to choose one of three tattoo designs featuring a burger and the name of the restaurant. The restaurant has contracted with two local tattoo parlors specifically for its anniversary event. Those who get the coveted mark can order one burger a week for free for a year.

However, as the management of the institution reported on Instagram, due to a large number of applications, not everyone will be able to get a tattoo. Still, do not get upset: those who will not pass the selection will be able to get a temporary tattoo, with which you can participate in special raffles afterward.