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The Eatery Wins 2024 Cabarrus Burger Madness

Photo credit: Michael A. Anderson Photography   March in Cabarrus County means one thing for burger lovers: Cabarrus Burger Madness! This annual celebration, hosted by Explore Cabarrus, brings together local restaurants to showcase their specialty burger creations throughout the month. From March 1st to 31st, diners can sample the unique burgers and cast their votes for their favorite. Fun Fact: Burger Madness attracted diners from 5 states during its fourth year of competition, with participating restaurants selling a combined total of nearly 4,000 specialty burgers during the month of...

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Cabarrus County’s Burger Madness 2024: A Month-Long Culinary Adventure!

Annual burger contest showcases creativity of local chefs with more irresistible burger creations than ever before! For the fourth consecutive year, Cabarrus Burger Madness is back during the month of March. Diners are invited to indulge in limited-time burgers at participating restaurants and cast a vote for their favorite. The 2024 contest takes place from March 1-31 and the winner will be crowned on April 3. New this year, diners can track their tasty tour of Cabarrus County with an interactive map and unlock the ability to vote for their favorite burger with the free Cabarrus Burger Madness...

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๐ŸŽ‰ Explore Cabarrus Launches New Interactive Website

Concord (Concord Mills Area) ๐Ÿ“ 10099 Weddington Rd, Ste 102, Concord, NC 28027 Website | Facebook | Instagram The Cabarrus County CVBโ€™s new website,, is LIVE and ready for you to explore! The new site showcases the area by pairing vibrant imagery and helpful content with enhanced user experience and improved site navigation. โœ”๏ธ Utilize the interactive map โœ”๏ธ Search local business listings โœ”๏ธ Plan with the articles and itineraries โœ”๏ธ Browse the event calendar โ€œWeโ€™re thrilled to utilize the capabilities of this new platform to amplify the stories of our hospitality partners...

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๐Ÿงญ Explore Cabarrus Launches 2023-2024 Destination Guide

The Cabarrus County Convention & Visitors Bureau (CCCVB) launched its 2023-2024 Destination Guide last week just in time for National Travel & Tourism Week on May 7-13, 2023. The pages are packed with stunning images captured by Michael A. Anderson Photography including this yearโ€™s cover which features the Buffalo Creek Preserve Trail in Mount Pleasant as a nod to North Carolinaโ€™s Year of the Trail. President and CEO Donna Carpenter said, โ€œEncouraging continued exploration is our goal and this tool helps both our community and visitors to discover new experiences and make lifelong...

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๐Ÿ” ๐Ÿ† 2 Gals Kitchen Wins 2023 Cabarrus Burger Madness

๐ŸŒฝ ๐ŸŒถ๏ธ 2 Gals Kitchen in Downtown Concord scored their second victory with the Mexican Street Corn Burger which featured two smash patties, Mexican street corn, green chili queso cheese, guacamole, and chipotle mayo. 2 Gals won the Cabarrus Burger Madness challenge in 2022 as well. โ€œThis yearโ€™s lineup was nothing short of exceptional resulting in participating restaurants selling a combined total of more than 4,800 delectable burgers throughout the month,โ€ said Donna Carpenter, Cabarrus County Convention & Visitors Bureau President and CEO. The Cabarrus County CVB launched Cabarrus Burger...

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๐Ÿ” ๐Ÿ˜‹ ๐Ÿ‘ Cabarrus Burger Madness Has Everyone Sharing on Social Media!

The beauty of March in Cabarrus County is having your social media feed loaded with pictures of juicy, delicious burgers and rave reviews. Voting is Open for Cabarrus Burger Madness 2023, and we can see that our community is out taking them all in! Weโ€™ve seen posts from die-hard burger fanatics like Garrett Price and social media influencers like the Downtown Dirty. Our own Abby Cagle even shared a video of how easily she got from the parking deck to 2 Gals doorstep and how she and her family scored their burger! This unique contest actually came out of the pandemic and is the brainchild of...

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