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Attention 2019 Grads: Moe’s Graduation Cap Contest Could Win You Free Queso For 4 Years

It’s time to rethink your graduation cap ideas and think of your best Moe’s-inspired designs, ASAP. Moe’s Southwest Grill is currently hosting a graduation cap contest for all 2019 graduates, where graduates could win free queso for four years. That’s right, four years of free queso could be yours. 

Here’s how you can enter. According to Moe’s, in order to enter, you must be 17 years old or older and a senior in high school or college. Then, you have to create the best Moe’s graduation cap. Think a hand-drawn quesadilla, an intricate nacho design, or go all out with the Moe’s logo (pepper apostrophe included). Once you created it, you can enter the contest on Instagram with a photo of the cap and the hashtag #MoesGrad. Make sure your account is public and that you tag Moe’s official Insta page or your entry won’t count. Then, all you have to do is cross your fingers and hope for the best! Don’t wait too long to enter though because you’ll have until 11:59 p.m. on June 14. The contest officially begins on May 13. 

As the restaurant puts it, the first place winner will receive one free cup per week for 208 weeks (so four years). Don’t worry, if you don’t win first place, you’ll still have the chance to win some other goodies too. The second place winner will receive free queso for two years, and the third place winner will win free queso for one year. 

FYI, there is a catch. Before you can enter, you will have to be a member of Moe’s loyalty program. It gives you access to free burritos on your birthday and a free cup of queso when you sign up, and it’s totally free to do so. Per Moe’s, the winners need to be a part of their rewards program because they add money to the account each week. That money is how you get your free queso. So, don’t forget to sign up! 

Queso is on the line, folks! So head out and collect your materials to create a top-notch Moe’s graduation cap now.

Carissa Dunlap is a Her Campus News X Social Intern for Summer 2018. She is a current Publishing major and Journalism minor at Emerson College (Class of 2020). When she isn't perusing the YA bookshelf at the bookstore, she can be found watching dog videos on Facebook, at her favorite coffee shops, or relaxing on the beach. Follow her on Instagram @dunlapcarissa or Twitter @Caridunlap.
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