Burger King wants you to stand up to bullying just as you would to seeing a burger being smashed. Read more...
The fast-food company's Spirit Day PSA is one of the most powerful we've ever seen.
"The first step to putting an end to bullying is to take a stand against it."
Skittles creeps out the elevator, Nike wants it all ahead of new NBA season, and Will Ferrell is a distracted dad. Which would you be more likely to stand up for: a Whopper Jr. or a high school junior? That’s the central question posed in a new Burger King ad this week that was also a pretty damn great anti-bullying PSA. Show More Summary
In recognition of National Bullying Prevention Month, the fast food chain Burger King partnered up with NoBully.org to perform an unusual experiment. They staged a loud, demonstrative teenage bullying situation (with actors) inside one of their restaurants to see what customers what do. On the other side of the counter, Burger King employees “bullied” a...
Fortune reports: Would you rather stand up for a damaged meal or a damaged child? According to Burger King, most would choose the former. The fast food giant rolled out a public service announcement today in honor of National Bullying...Show More Summary
Burger King released a video about bullying. They staged a scene of high school students bullying a kid in the dining area, and the also "bullied" their Whopper Jr. burgers. That's the goofy part. They compare how many people complained about the burger to how many people stood up for the kid. Show More Summary
by Dan Savage To mark Spirit Day Burger King released an anti-bullying ad that appears to have been inspired by What Would You Do?, ABC's emotionally manipulative but deeply satisfying hidden camera program. Burger King's ad is surprisingly moving. Show More Summary
A new surprisingly effective ad and PSA from Burger King compares the bullying of a kid in its restaurant to the bullying of a Whopper Jr. to show how important it is to stand up and speak out in a situation where someone is getting bullied. Show More Summary
Which are you more likely to stand up for: a Whopper Jr. or a high school junior? What: A new Burger King ad that also cleverly serves up an anti-bullying message. Read Full Story
Restaurant Brands International, the company behind Burger King and Tim Horton's, recently snapped up popular fast food chain including Popeye's. Credit Suisse says investors want more, and predicts Papa John's, Wingstop, or Yum Brands...Show More Summary
Bullying and cybe rbullying are a huge problem. Thirty percent of teens worldwide are victims.
Bullying is a seemingly intractable problem, but there is one simple thing you can do about it. If you see it happening, you can step in and try to stop it. Burger King, of all brands, makes that point saliently in a new ad from David Miami timed to National Bullying Prevention Month. Released this...
I’m sure most Halloween-heads are fully aware of Burger King’s A1 Halloween Whopper from a couple years ago. It featured a sesame bun that was supposedly black in hue due to A1 sauce being baked right into the bread. However, widespread rumors of some who ate it experiencing dark-green colored stool for days after leads […]
There's no better way to treat yourself than with some fast food. Whether you're a die-hard McDonald's fan or a die-hard Burger King fan, you know that you can never go wrong with their menus. But, it looks like that doesn't apply to...Show More Summary
Summary: Burger King dug up a bunch of tweets from people complaining about Wendy’s and turned them into ads
With another week of news behind us, we take a look at some of the biggest stories that really got our audience talking. Adding a considerable amount of fuel to the ever-blazing comment fire was Bella Hadid’s hilarious sneaker shopping video, Burger King’s low-key McDonald’s dig, and Pizza Hut’s release of some seriously good workwear […]
Burger King is taking its battle with Wendy's to the next level. After announcing the launch of Spicy Chicken Nuggets — a beloved item that was discontinued from Wendy's menu — Burger King is savvily using people's tweets slamming Wendy's...Show More Summary
Talk about savage. To promote its new spicy chicken nuggets, Burger King is subtly taking aim at Wendy's--known for its vocal, personality-driven account--on Twitter. In March, Wendy's announced that it was removing its popular spicy chicken nuggets from its menu and fans began venting on social media and even set up a Change.org petition asking...
Burger King's menu is pretty spectacular. It's so good that we can't imagine anything that could make it better. Well, that was until we found out that the fast food chain was adding Spicy Chicken Nuggets to its menu! [Photos: Burger King] Yup, you read that right! BK will now offer Spicy Chicken Nuggets at participating locations. Show More Summary