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Social Media Wrap Up: Chatime’s brown sugar range; Salsas’ crispy chicken burrito; Father’s Day deals unveiled

Find out what QSRs have been up to on social media this week.


Ferguson Plarre Bakehouses shared a video of CEO Steve Plarre singing his latest parody cover.

Lord of the Fries co-founder Amanda Walker Koronczyk said the brand is giving free fries to vaccinated customers who order in-store.


Chatime has introduced brown sugar-themed drinks.

Cinnabon launched the new Caramel Pecan-Bon Latte.

Burger Urge launched its newest creation: the Nashville High Tower.

Salsas unveiled its new Crispy Chicken Jalapeno Mayo Burrito, available for a limited time.


Check out these deals in celebration of Father’s Day.

Photo credit: Chatime/Facebook

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