Open Post: Hosted By Omaha Steak’s Offer Of Lifetime Burgers If You Get A Get A Tattoo Of A Burger On Your Ass
Sometimes I think marketing people have it the worst. You have to try to get people to buy subpar merchandise, all while convincing your bosses that you can keep their million-dollar expectations under budget. It’s no wonder they come up with the most bizarre concepts to drum up business. Today’s example: get free food forever from Omaha Steaks IF you get a hyper-realistic burger tatted onto your butt! Who doesn’t want to have to explain the massive burger on your ass every time you go to the beach?
Omaha Steaks thinks that making someone dramatically alter their appearance is a good trade-off for a lifetime of their new PureGround Burgers, made entirely from single cuts of premium aged steak. Whatever happened to the days of putting your burner email address on an internet sweepstakes form and clicking send? The concept for this competition is based on a poll in which 30% of people stated that they would get a tattoo for unlimited meat patties. Omaha is making good on these people’s word and giving them the chance to put their burgers where their ass is.
Omaha Steaks wants to take that to the next level for one lucky burger lover. To memorialize this milestone launch, Omaha Steaks is partnering with another master ‘Butcher’ – award-winning tattoo artist Steve Butcher – to mark the moment permanently! Butcher has created The Full Bun Tat: a hyperreal tattoo that brings the PureGround™ craftsmanship to life on your backside, covering one entire bun with a topped-and-stacked-to-the-max Omaha Steaks burger.
One lucky burger lover will be randomly selected to fly to Southern California and sit for two consecutive sessions with Steve Butcher to receive this epic symbol of delicious devotion. Because when what you feel for the best burger is endless love, why not make it last forever?
You better hurry, though. You have only until May 1st to be the lucky guy with the regrettable tattoo! Be forewarned, the “lifetime supply” of burgers is limited to 25 years which I guess is the life expectancy of someone who plans to eat a fully loaded burger every day. At least this tat comes with burgers. It’s better than some tattoos that leave you with nothing but a rash and regrets. Or ragrets in some cases.
Pic: Omaha Steaks