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Burger King releases dramatic redesign of restaurants as food joints race to adapt to new era
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Burger King releases dramatic redesign of restaurants as food joints race to adapt to new era

That era being the era of non-physical orders and such due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic (that will likely alter life indefinitely.). On Friday, Burger King released a promotional video via Business Insider detailing how they intend to change their restaurants around the world to adapt to life after the virus. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwpz-wBqo4k&feature=emb_title
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Got a picture of your ex? Burger King wants to talk to you

Valentines Day is almost here and that means people are going to try and push relationships on those who are otherwise fairly happy with themselves. But that's beside the point. According to Burger King, they're putting their own spin on V-Day and hoping that it pays off big time. The chain confirmed that 14 Feb - 16 Feb customers at four US locations will be able to trade printed photos of their ex for a free whopper. The photo must be printed out and you actually have to put it into a "Breakup Box" upon arrival. They are the Burger Kings at 35 Powell Street, San Francico; 545 N. Victory Blvd, Los Angeles; and 150 Everett Ave, Boston. New Yorkers can get their free Whoppers at the 327 W. 42nd St.
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Burger King is desperately trying to get people to eat their shitty burgers

In such a way that it actually ironically involves you walking into your local McDonald’s.  In what is being called the most moronic idea ever, Burger King, has launched an app-based initiative to get people to buy their food. See the weird ad here. So, here’s how it works. Beginning this week, walk into any McDonald’s with the Burger King app on — and it’ll redirect you to your nearest BK.   If you’re wondering how the app or your phone at that point will know you’re in a McDonald’s, it is, because Burger King is watching you... (using something called a geo-fence). Burger King is then offering people one of their famously bathroom-inducing burgers for about a buck (no pun intended).   B.K hopes to bring people into their restaurants, and, eventually encourage people to use their...
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