Recently, I told you how you could name a cockroach after your ex for Valentine's Day. So in the interest of equal time, I should probably inform you about something you can do for the love in your life...especially if you're thinking about "popping the question."

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Take it from me, there are many wrong ways to propose, so do it right. If the proposal includes taking them out to eat, then I would suggest taking them to Cracker Barrel and here's why.

Cracker Barrel is giving you a chance to win a year of free Southern-fried food. Just pop the question at Cracker Barrel and you could be one of five couples to win the grand prize...and I don't mean that she said "yes."

You know that you will post the big moment on social media anyway, so why not qualify to win with the "I Said Yes at Cracker Barrel" promotion. Here's what you need to do to be eligible.

I Said Yes at Cracker Barrel Contest

Step 1 - Pop the question at a local Cracker Barrel. In the Southern Tier, go to the Cracker Barrel at 876 Front Street in Binghamton.

Step 2 - Record the event - It'll be a little tough to keep it a secret if you try to record it yourself, so ask a trusted friend. Preferably a friend that won't chant "Don't do it, Don't do it."

Step 3 - Post the video between Friday, February 10th and February 16th. You were going to let everyone know anyway, so add the hashtags #Contest and #ISaidYesAtCrackerBarrel to be eligible.

Let everyone know why you picked Cracker Barrel (besides trying to win the contest)  to make your proposal. Also tag Cracker Barrel’s official Instagram account handle @crackerbarrel.

Even if you don't end up winning a year of free food, it's a delightful place to go. To find out how to win when she say's yes at Cracker Barrel, go here.

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