Monday, January 6, 2014

Take Genghis Grill's Health Kwest to Win $10K

Posted By on Mon, Jan 6, 2014 at 5:02 PM

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  • Image courtesy of Genghis Grill.

Do you want to lose weight and win $10,000?

Genghis Grill, home of the build your own stir fry, is issuing a nationwide challenge called Healthy Kwest. The chain restaurant's appointed judges will pick 110 finalist by noon on Monday, Jan. 27, and one of those lucky applicants could be in Tucson. The finalist have to eat one free daily meal from Genghis Grill for 60 days ($599 retail value) and will get a free gym membership during the challenge. The progress will be documented and promoted on various GG social media outlets. The grand prize winner will win $10,000 on (approximately)  April 16th. There are cash prizes for the second and third place winners.

There are qualifications and an extensive survey you must fill out, but the potential benefits outweigh the vigorous screening process. The criteria to win, aside from losing weight, will rely on application completion (50%) and social media presence (50%).

You should seriously consider applying if you think you can stomach 60 days of stir-fries (by ingredients you choose) and know how to heavily promote yourself on Facebook.

Here's your chance to become the spokesperson for Genghis Grill or the next biggest internet meme of 2014.

Click here to apply and here for the rules and qualifications.


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