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Morning Star online contest brings out the burger lovers

Bourbon Street Bar and Grill server Jen Ventresca delivers one of her kitchen’s best mouth-watering temptations as part of the Morning Star’s Best Burger In Town online contest, which is proving to be a huge hit among readers (and burger lovers). - lisa vandervelde/morning star
Bourbon Street Bar and Grill server Jen Ventresca delivers one of her kitchen’s best mouth-watering temptations as part of the Morning Star’s Best Burger In Town online contest, which is proving to be a huge hit among readers (and burger lovers).
— image credit: lisa vandervelde/morning star

The North Okanagan loves its burgers.

The Morning Star’s latest online contest aims to uncover who has the best beef, chicken, turkey or vegetarian burger in Vernon.

And the response has been as a big as a three-patty delicacy.

“After just one week, we have more than 4,700 votes, and that, in turn, has brought in more than 9,000 viewers to our website,” said Morning Star publisher Ian Jensen.

“It’s great to see all ages participating in the contest, and the response is great for all.”

Ten restaurants are participating in the contest, and the winning restaurant and burger will get a feature story and photo in The Morning Star.

One lucky online voter will also receive a burger a month from the winning restaurant.

“This is a great opportunity to celebrate Vernon’s culinary delights,” said Jensen. “Let us know who you think is the best.”

The contest runs until Feb. 16.

You can vote up to five times a day.

To enter, go to vernonmorningstar.com and click on contests.

You can also link up to the contest through the Morning Star’s Facebook page.

 

 

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