Digital photo hunt challenges players for a chance to win free chips and
DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar. 21, 2016--
Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE: CMG) in partnership with Avocados From
Mexico announced today a new online game called Guac Hunter — a digital
photo hunt where users see a series of two images that look similar and
have to spot the differences before time runs out.
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Guac Hunter challenges players for a chance to win free chips and guac. (Photo: Business Wire)
Players are rewarded for their keen eyesight with a mobile offer good
for a free order of chips and guacamole at any Chipotle in the US or
Canada. Users may play Guac Hunter anytime March 21 to March 31 while
supplies last, with all offers expiring April 10, 2016.
“For many of our customers, guacamole is one of their favorite menu
items, and a meal at Chipotle isn’t complete without it,” said Mark
Crumpacker, chief creative and development officer at Chipotle. “Great
guacamole begins with great avocados, and we source the best ingredients
to ensure every serving of guacamole is as good as it can be. This game
allows our customers to enjoy some chips and guac on us, and perhaps
encourage others to give our guac a try and see what they’ve been
Chipotle’s guacamole is made from scratch throughout the day. Each batch
is hand-mashed and seasoned with freshly diced red onions, jalapeno
peppers, cilantro, citrus juice and salt. Each of Chipotle’s 2,000-plus
restaurants goes through approximately five cases of avocados a day,
amounting to more than 44,000 pounds of avocados in each restaurant
annually. Last year the company served more than 43 million pounds of
avocados from Mexico; the company sources exclusively from Mexico in
certain months to ensure the taste and quality of its guacamole is the
absolute best. Chipotle also buys avocados from California, Chile and
Peru based on peak growing seasons.
“Avocados From Mexico is excited to partner with Chipotle this month to
celebrate our always fresh, great-tasting avocados,” said Alvaro Luque,
president of Avocados From Mexico. “Guacamole is the perfect complement
to burritos, bowls and salads, and we are thrilled to team up with
Chipotle to provide free guacamole to their customers across the
To learn more and play Guac Hunter, please visit
chipotle.com/guachunter. To access Chipotle’s signature guacamole
recipe, visit chipotle.com/guac-recipe.
Steve Ells, founder, chairman and co-CEO, started Chipotle with the idea
that food served fast did not have to be a typical fast food experience.
Today, Chipotle continues to offer a focused menu of burritos, tacos,
burrito bowls (a burrito without the tortilla) and salads made from
fresh, high-quality raw ingredients, prepared using classic cooking
methods and served in a distinctive atmosphere. Through our vision of
Food With Integrity, Chipotle is seeking better food from using
ingredients that are not only fresh, but that — where possible — are
sustainably grown and raised responsibly with respect for the animals,
the land and the farmers who produce the food. In order to achieve this
vision, we focus on building a special people culture that is centered
on creating teams of top performers empowered to achieve high standards.
This people culture not only leads to a better dining experience for our
customers, it also allows us to develop future leaders from within.
Chipotle opened with a single restaurant in 1993 and operates more than
2,000 restaurants, including 20 Chipotle restaurants outside the U.S.
and 15 ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen restaurants, and is an investor
in an entity that owns and operates three Pizzeria Locale restaurants.
For more information, visit Chipotle.com.
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Chris Arnold, 303-222-5912