Burger King’s new ad campaign shows real photos of cars that have crashed into the restaurant

Burger King's new ad campaign shows real photos of cars that have crashed into the restaurant




Hungry drivers craving a Whopper higher keep dwelling and order supply as a substitute, not less than that’s what Burger King’s newest advert marketing campaign appears to recommend.

To advertise its new supply service, the fast-food chain launched a sequence of photos exhibiting real-life automotive crashes at Burger King eating places.

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“Depart it to us,” the advertisements learn, selling the concept that supply is the most secure technique to get a Whopper, reasonably than driving distracted by your craving.

Burger King followers can get any objects off the menu delivered proper to their door by Door Sprint. For a restricted time, the chain can be providing free supply till Nov. four.

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This isn’t the primary time the chain has featured real-life pictures as a part of its promoting efforts. Final 12 months, Burger King ran a sequence of advertisements exhibiting a number of eating places on fireplace with the tagline, “Flame Grilled since 1954.”




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