AAFES/BK Give Away Mustangs: One Down, Two to Go
|DALLAS - Every now and then military family members are entitled to a little luck, and this time that honor was bestowed on one lucky spouse who has claimed a 2006 Ford Mustang courtesy of the Army & Air Force Exchange Service and Burger King. Peggy Clark, winner of the "Dog Tagg Drill Call" Game, collected all four game pieces of the four AAFES Burger King characters "The Grill Instructor," "Major Money," the "Grill Instructor's Mom," and the Grill Instructor's dog, "Tagg." |
Clark and her husband, Staff Sgt. Lyn Clark, were on their way from their home in Germany to Normandy and Paris to celebrate his recent return from Iraq when they collected all four of the game pieces needed to win one of the three grand prizes.
"We went through the Burger King drive thru for breakfast, then pulled over to eat," said Clark. Before breakfast was over, they had won a 2006 Ford Mustang. "We got all four pieces at that moment and couldn't believe it!" she exclaimed.
The grand prizes of the AAFES Burger King "Dog Tagg Drill Call" contest are three 2006 Ford Mustangs. Clark was the winner of the Ford Mustang designated for Europe. There are still two unclaimed Ford Mustangs, one earmarked for the Pacific region and the other for CONUS.
Game pieces were available on 32 oz. and 42 oz. soft drinks, the Angus or Tendercrisp(tm) sandwiches, or breakfast sandwiches. Service members, retirees and their families also had up to three chances to win by ordering any King Size Value Meal. While the game pieces are no longer being distributed, there are still prizes waiting to be claimed.
"We still have two unclaimed 2006 Ford Mustangs along with other prizes," said Phil Story, senior restaurant program manager. "Burger King guests have until June 20, 2005, to claim their prizes, so it is not too late to redeem winning game pieces. We encourage authorized AAFES customers to check their wallets, desk drawers and glove boxes; anywhere they might have left a game piece."
AAFES' "Dog Tagg Drill Call" contest was held worldwide exclusively in Burger King restaurants on military installations from March 7 - April 18, 2005. Military service members and their families stationed in the United States and abroad were eligible to receive game pieces to the contest, for over 1 million prizes, including instant win AAFES shopping sprees up to $5,000.