Denny's Amazing New Bacon App to Be Released Today!

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Want to enjoy the delicious aroma of bacon anytime, anywhere? Denny's has partnered with Pacific Ocean-Rhino Kinetics, a leading Silicon Valley company, to create a new app that allows customers to "get their bacon fix direct from their phone," says John Dillon, Denny's VP of marketing and development. This sizzling new tool is available for Denny's Facebook fans to download for free throughout Baconalia.

Right about now you might be asking, What's Baconalia? I'm glad you asked.

Baconalia honors "America's love affair with bacon," which translates to dishes such as the maple bacon sundae and the BBBLT sandwich. There will be some seven new items in all. I'm guessing BBB stands for bacon, bacon, bacon. That's a lot less clever than a bacon app.

Starting today, the app can be downloaded directly from the Denny's Facebook page, and the aroma of bacon will be available in minutes. Just click here to get started.

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