Microsoft joins the quest to get this guy free Wendy's chicken nuggets

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It appears that Twitter Retweets are becoming a virtual currency, at least in the marketing departments of some companies, such as Wendy's.


A Nevada high schooler has taken to Twitter to ask Wendy's how many retweets he would need to have Wendy's chicken nuggets free for an entire year:

18 million being the result. Now, people around the world are trying to help Carter Wilkerson claim his years supply of nuggets through the hashtag #NuggsForCarter - and, even some companies are getting involved, including Microsoft:

Microsoft then asked Amazon and Google to also get involved. Amazon responded, whereas Google made no comment:

What's more, Microsoft's Office team are ready to provide a years subscription to Office 365 if someone can attain 365 million retweets:

Have you taken part in the #NuggsForCarter campaign? It aims to help a high schooler achieve his dream of a years supply of nuggets!

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