A&W Restaurants Sweepstakes

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Sweepstakes Summary:

This Valentine’s Day, let your love shine with a truly unique and unforgettable gift: exquisite jewelry made from A&W Restaurant’s Quarter Pound Cod Sandwich! Imagine surprising your sweetheart with a real diamond engagement ring crafted from the essence of their favorite seafood delight – it’s the ultimate symbol of your affection and devotion.

REGISTER TO WIN and you could be the lucky recipient of this unprecedented piece of jewelry, created in collaboration with LifeGem. By extracting carbon from the cremated remains of A&W Quarter Pound Cod Sandwiches and subjecting it to intense heat and pressure, we’ve transformed it into a dazzling diamond, meticulously set in a one-of-a-kind design.

But that’s not all – our prize package also includes additional stunning jewelry inspired by A&W’s All American menu items, ensuring that your Valentine’s Day celebration is as special as can be.

And while you’re entering for your chance to win, why not join Rooty’s Mug Club? As a member, you’ll receive a coupon for BOGO Quarter Pound Cod Sandwiches at select A&W Restaurants nationwide on February 14th – the perfect opportunity to treat your loved one to a delicious meal before popping the big question.

So what are you waiting for? Fill out the form below and take your shot at winning this extraordinary expression of love. With plenty of fish in the sea and a prize this extraordinary, this Valentine’s Day is bound to be unforgettable. Don’t miss out – enter now!

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