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Fewer cans needed for free L&L saimin burger

By Erika Engle

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LAST UPDATED: 02:38 p.m. HST, Feb 05, 2014


Those eager to try a free L&L Drive-Inn saimin burger need only bring in five canned food items for the free burger, which normally sells for $5.95.

Customers who bring in 10 canned food items can redeem the donation for a loco moco version of the saimin burger.

The canned-goods-for-burger exchange applies only to the first 200 customers in line at the Keeaumoku L&L, in Walmart, from 10 a.m. to noon tomorrow.

The promotion initially would have required a 10-can donation for a saimin burger, and 15 cans for the loco moco, which sells for $6.95. The company announced the reduced donation amount today.

The canned goods will be donated to the Hawaii Foodbank. 

Meanwhile the saimin burger and egg-topped loco moco version are now available at most L&L locations, according to founder Eddie Flores.







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DaMenace168 wrote:
I guess Eddie is trying to make nice-nice and do some PR damage control with a pending lawsuit looming ahead.
on February 5,2014 | 03:09PM
PCWarrior wrote:
What is the big deal about a saimin burger? Haven't you ever had a hamburger with fried saimin? Same thing. Geez.
on February 5,2014 | 04:27PM
RetiredWorking wrote:
PC, not the same thing. Fried saimin is soft. Maybe a saimin burger has the same consistency of cake noodle. Then there's that special sauce.
on February 5,2014 | 06:45PM
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