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Pahrump Jack in the Box helping Super Bowl fans recover

Pahrump’s Jack in the Box location is rolling out a special offer to Super Bowl fans.

As stated in a news release, Jack in the Box is operating by “different rules,” with what’s being dubbed Super Jack’d Monday, the day after this year’s matchup between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams.

According to a news release, Jack in the Box corporate officials found that 13.9 million employees called in sick after the 2018 Super Bowl matchup, which led to an estimated $3 billion in financial loss for American companies the Monday after the game.

The new endeavor will offer Pahrump customers special deals with their “Super Jack’d Monday Box” menu items, to help weary fans recover from Super Bowl Sunday.

Contact reporter Selwyn Harris at sharris@pvtimes.com, on Twitter: @pvtimes

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