Do you have ‘Burger’ in your name? Get a free one at Smashburger on National Burger Day

By Kristie Rearick/South Jersey Times
on May 01, 2013 at 11:46 AM, updated May 01, 2013 at 12:06 PM

GLASSBOROSmashburger, America’s fastest growing, fast casual “better burger” restaurant, announced today that in celebration of National Burger Day on Tuesday, May 28, it will give away a free Classic Smash™ at the Glassboro location to anyone with the last name “Burger” or variations thereof.

According to, there are approximately 76 people in Gloucester County with the last name “Burger” or “Berger.” Either way, burger lovers with variations of “Burger” — or Berger, Weinberger, Rosenberger, etc. — in their names will receive one free Classic Smash™ in recognition of the holiday that celebrates America’s favorite food. Local residents are asked to bring in proof of last name (i.e. valid driver’s license, passport or picture ID) to receive one Classic Smash per ID.

With the average person eating 43 hamburgers per year, there is cause for celebration of a national holiday or “National Burger Day.”

At Smashburger, the secret is in the smash. It starts with 100 percent — fresh, never frozen — Certified Angus Beef that is smashed on a 400-degree flat grill to sear in its juicy flavor. To further the “better burger” experience, its delicious burgers are served on a toasted artisan bun and topped with a selection of the freshest produce, cheeses and highest-quality condiments.

Smashburger’s burgers are served alongside its Häagen-Dazs® shakes, sides and regional menu items.

Smashburger is located on 698 N. Delsea Drive, in Glassboro. To learn more visit