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The Cheesecake Factory celebrates National Cheesecake Day

(Photo: Flickr/Valerie Everett) (Photo: Flickr/Valerie Everett)
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The Cheesecake Factory is celebrating National Cheesecake Day by rewarding guests with a special discount.

All Cheesecake Factory locations will be offering cheesecake slices for half price Wednesday and Thursday for guests who dine-in.

The restaurant will also debut its newest flavor, lemon meringue. The lemon meringue cheesecake is a lemon cream cheesecake topped with layers of lemon mascarpone mousse and ribbons of meringue on a vanilla crumb crust.  

For the celebration, they are also starting a 'Say Cheesecake Contest' that gives guests the chance to win up to $4,000. On Wednesday and Thursday guests can take a photo of themselves with a slice of cheesecake and post it to their Facebook, Twitter or Instagram page with the hashtag #SayCheesecakeContest.

To be eligible, you must first register at saycheesecakecontest.com.

The top 20 photos will be featured in a photo gallery for fan voting. The photo receiving the most fan votes in the gallery will be named the grand prize winner.

Visit their website and Facebook for more on the event. 

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