Saturday, August 28, 2010

QOTD: Would you shell out money to have a license plate promoting your favorite Texas BBQ joint?

From the Dallas Observer (hat tip to my good buddy Daniel, of Full Custom Gospel BBQ):

A license plate design approved yesterday by the Department of Motor Vehicles could pave the way for tags adorned with sliced brisket and cheese enchiladas.

Mighty Fine Burgers, a restaurant with three Austin-area outlets, is the first for-profit food business to issue a novelty plate through Texas' specialty plate vendor. The plate features a hamburger and the words "Mighty Fine Burgers."

As you might know, Mighty Fine and Austin's locations of Rudy's Country Store & Bar-B-Q share the same management company. So, maybe a Rudy's license plate is on the horizon, which brings me to our Question of the Day: Would you pay for a BBQ novelty plate? If so, what BBQ joint would be on your plate? Pun intended.


mexiroccan said...

nope... what if they go down hill after and then you're screwed with the lp!

Anonymous said...

nope but id consider getting one if the place paid me to do it