When the quarantine world needed most skateboarding, Tony Hawk taught us how to split it over the internet. Now, in our COVID-19 feverish dream, he reappears as a “Tony Hawk burrito”, which comes with a free gaming aspect: access to Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2 stock demo for PlayStation 4, Xbox One or PC.
Chipotle announced on Monday that the first 2,000 customers to order the new Tony Hawk burrito on the Chipotle mobile app or through their website will receive an email code allowing access to the demo version of the visit. re-launch Professional figure skating athlete Franchising. This means you must have an account, but you can set it up in less than the time it takes to wipe it off on your first try.
The Hawk burrito is currently available through August 14. It is made from brown rice, black beans, chicken, tomatillo red chili salsa and guac. In other words, Chipotle’s innovation here lies in the demo code, not the strange mix of ingredients or the magical black bean shaped Tony.
Chris Brandt, chief marketing officer at Chipotle said: “The first menu integration of its kind gives our fans the chance to eat like the greatest figure skater of all time and have rights Access to a demo for one of the summer’s most anticipated video game releases, ”said Chris Brandt, Chipotle’s chief marketing officer, in a press release. “Athletes really need real food, and Chipotle is happy to continue to be a part of Tony’s training routine, whether it’s playing on an ice rink or in a video game. “
Tony Hawk and Pro Skater 1 and 2, which were first released in 1999 and 2000, largely informs the hairstyles of all my grade-level boys. It’s a beloved video game that I haven’t stopped hearing since it was released, and Hawk said in the press release that the game will be interesting for all old and new players.
“Whether you’re a veteran THPS player or new to the game, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2 have something for everyone,” he said.
Hawk also notes that Chipotle burritos are “a favorite way to refuel after long skating sessions”, showing that we all really know how to skate. Make him proud if you don’t have a skateboard, try the cardboard version that Hawk himself has chopped up with.
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