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Code burrito: Nurses can get a cheap Chipotle deal next week

Giving it up for the men and women on the frontlines of health care.
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Chipotle is giving away more free food. This time, it's for those who often don't have time to take a lunch break.

We're talking about nurses – the superheroes in scrubs who work long shifts on their feet; the caretakers who deal with pain, illness, heart ache and death on a daily basis; the ones that – even off the clock– answer all your weird and embarrassing medical questions.

If anyone deserves a little appreciation, it's your nurse. So Chipotle is showing them some love with buy-one-get-one free burritos.

"Nurses take care of people day in and day out and we want to do our small part to take care of them," Mark Crumpacker, chief marketing and development officer at Chipotle said in a news release.

"Their jobs aren’t easy, but hopefully this small gesture makes lunch or dinner a little easier and a little tastier."

Just bring your nurse's ID to any Chipotle location on Wednesday, June 14 and you'll get a buy-one-get-one free burrito, bowl, salad, or order of tacos.

The promotion is valid for all types of nurses (RN, NP, CRNA, CNS, CNM, LVN, CAN), who present a nursing license or hospital/medical office nurse ID.

And since nursing schedules are around the clock, so is the deal – get it anytime, from open to close.

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