There's no better way to start your morning than by getting your favorite breakfast from your favorite fast food restaurant. From McDonald's and Burger King to Chick-fil-A and Subway, there are so many delicious options to choose from. Show More Summary
With National Bullying Prevention Month and Halloween both out of the way, Burger King turns its seemingly inexhaustible marketing attention to Movember, the annual month-long event in which men grow mustaches to raise awareness of men's health issues. BK mascot The King already has a mustache, though, along with a full beard. So, the best...
I never thought I'd be left wiping a single tear from my face after watching a Burger King commercial, and yet, here I am doing just that. The fast-food chain just released a (somewhat unexpected) PSA about bullying, and it's surprisingly...Show More Summary
Meet the new generation of chefs putting jerk-bacon burgers and oxtail stews on the menu Caribbean food is king on Utica Avenue in Brooklyn’s Crown Heights neighborhood. Walking on the strip between Eastern Parkway and Empire Boulevard, it’s common to see a cloud of smoke puffing from black barrels on the curb. Show More Summary
#ScaryClownNight X Burger King Digital Campaign abduzeedo Oct 30, 2017 If you're easily unnerved by the sight of creepy clowns you may want to avoid select Burger King locations throughout the US if you're jonesing for a Whopper on Halloween. Show More Summary
Burg King has brought out the big guns in their war with McDonald's, and it's all about clowns.
Monica Lewinsky is leading a campaign to address the issue of cyberbullying while other brands like Burger King are also addressing the topic in ads.
By Tim Hawkman,Mark Hill Published: October 27th, 2017
The chain is capitalizing on the scary clown trend.
Summary: The burger chain is offering customers wearing clown costumes free Whoppers this Halloween. The tagline of the campaign is "Come as a clown, eat like a king."
Burger King clowns around for Halloween, Under Armour signs an impressive new athlete, and Philips harnesses the power of moms. It could’ve been just another PSA. The environmental conservation group Sea Shepherd wanted to raise awareness...Show More Summary
Plus, the restaurant industry’s “Harvey Weinstein moment,” and more food news On Halloween, Burger King is offering free Whoppers to those dressed up as creepy clowns (at selected restaurants, anyway). So, here is the perfect Halloween...Show More Summary
The fast-food giant is giving free Whoppers to people dressed like clowns at some locations.
Come as a clown. Eat like a king. While McDonald’s has sadly left Halloween behind, rival fast food chain Burger King has been killing it in recent years, unleashing the black-bunned “Halloween Whopper” a couple years back and following it up this year with #ScaryClownNight! On October 31, Halloween night, Burger King will be offering […]
In its new Halloween campaign, Burger King pokes further fun at the face of the Golden Arches, Ronald McDonald, with a tagline that reads, “Come as a clown, eat like a King.” Using the hashtag #ScaryClownNight, Burger King urges its customers to come to select establishments across the U.S. dressed in a clown costume on Halloween. To sweeten […]
Burger King trolled McDonald's for Halloween and simultaneously scared America. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) shares the story that could get you a free Whopper.
In a rather creepy Burger King commercial that appears to combine elements from the Netflix series Stranger Things with the Stephen King film It, a teenage boy who was riding his bicycle on Halloween night, suddenly and inexplicably found himself surrounded by clowns (including one dressed similarly to the mascot of the competition) who were...
Burger King is turning Halloween into its own personal holiday--for tricking McDonald's. Last year's "Scariest BK" stunt involved dressing up an entire Burger King location in Queens as the ghost of McDonald's. This Halloween, BK is launching a broader stunt, also taking aim at McDonald's, called #ScaryClownNight--in which it will welcome people dressed as clowns...
Ronald McDonald has long been the creepy mascot of the mega fast food chain, and, well, it's a gimmick that's not aging very well. The war on clowns has really taken off in recent years, and Burger King is using that to its advantage...Show More Summary
This is literally our worst nightmare! LOLz! On Halloween, don't be surprised if you find a line of clowns wrapped around your local Burger King, as the fast food chain will be offering free Whoppers to the first 500 people who show up dressed in a clown costume. Can you feel the shade, McDonald's?! Related: Twitter Realizes KFC's [...]