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Rascal Flatts tastes Unstoppable Breakfast

Tuesday, June 16, 2009 – Rascal Flatts may be tasty to their fans musically, but now they are partnering with Denny's to offer the Unstoppable Breakfast. Named after its latest hit album, Rascal Flatts' Unstoppable Breakfast headlines the newest Denny's Rockstar menu, along with items from rock bands Good Charlotte, Gym Class Heroes and Sum 41.

The menu presented by Dr Pepper is part of Denny's ongoing Allnighter program, a sub-brand launched last spring that provides young, late-night customers with shareable food from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.

"Denny's has a heritage for serving late-night meals to bands and music fans dating back to the 1950s, and the Rockstar menu is a great way to celebrate that history," said Mark Chmiel, chief marketing and innovation officer for Denny's. "Bands from the two previous Rockstar menus really enjoyed working with our chef to create premium items that not only reflected their personalities, but tasted great. Rascal Flatts, Good Charlotte, Gym Class Heroes and Sum 41 are continuing the trend of providing Denny's customers with exciting late-night dining options through the third Rockstar menu."

The breakfast is a biscuit topped with country-fried steak, eggs (customer's choice), American cheese, country gravy and three strips of bacon, served with a side of hash browns.

"After spending many late-nights eating at Denny's after shows, we jumped at the chance to create a dish customers will really enjoy," said lead singer Gary LeVox. "Like Denny's, we work very hard to provide our fans with a high-quality product at a fair price, so naming our breakfast after our current album, 'Unstoppable' made perfect sense. We put our hearts and souls into recording the album, and the same can be said for the 'Unstoppable Breakfast;' this is just the kind of meal we're looking for after a show, and we think our fans at Denny's will enjoy it."

The new Rockstar menu, with items starting at $3.99 will be available in Denny's on June 23.

Othr items include Good Charlotte's Band of Burritos, Gym Class Heroes' After School Special (hash browns, a fried egg, shredded cheese, bacon, and fire-roasted peppers and onions) and Sum 41's The Sumwich (French toast with ham, cheddar cheese and eggs).

The Denny's Allnighter program also features the Adopt-A-Band initiative, which not only provides up-and-coming bands with free meals, but allows fans to hang out and spend personal time with bands following concerts at predetermined Denny's locations. In fact, these late-night Adopt-A-Band parties often become extensions of a concert through impromptu acoustic jam sessions. More than 30 bands including Katy Perry, Saving Abel and Forever the Sickest Kids have benefitted through Denny's Adopt-A-Band program.

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