Save the world? ... Bingo!



This post may only apply to the Springs most ambitious bikers, but Pueblo residents of all types should listen up: The name of the game is People Power.

Mark Oreskovich (left) and Richard Warner want you to have (part of) a cow
  • Matthew Schniper
  • Mark Oreskovich (left) and Richard Warner want you to have (part of) a cow
Get to Bingo Burger by an eco-friendly means other than your car between April 19 and 24 and get 15 percent off your food, and a free packet of seeds from Pueblo's Campbell's Flowers & Greenhouses.

Just to clarify, options this leaves you for transport: foot, bike, roller blades, skateboard, unicycle, futuristic jet pack, pogo stick, wagon or wheel barrow (plus friend to pull/push) and oversized Big Wheel.

Click the above restaurant link for recommendations on what to eat when you arrive. Or don't, and just order the Bingo Burger, stuffed with Pueblo-grown, fire-roasted green chilies.

The new outfit, which utilizes locally raised grass-fed beef and other local ingredients as well as recyclable cups and utensils, says the promotion is to give something back to other like-minded people and reward a conscious effort to be green.

After all, as we all know:

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