So what if McDonald’s snubbed Burger King’s proposal for the #McWhopper (sobs)? Many others are vying for that spot to work with the fast-food chain.
Burger King, following the rejection, is rolling up its sleeves and getting down to work, partnering with some of the smaller fast-food chains to create the ultimate burger.
Burger King said it would work with a few of the interested smaller chains on its pop-up Peace Day shop. Already lined up for the deal are brands such as Denny’s, Krystal, Wayback Burgers and Giraffas who no doubt will be boosting their brand image riding on the back of Burger King’s fame.
— Burger King (@BurgerKing) September 2, 2015
— Burger King (@BurgerKing) September 1, 2015
While it made complete sense for these smaller players to get in the game, an unlikely proposal came from social media management platform Hootsuite. Hootsuite, in its letter to Burger King, said it was looking to volunteer its services and spread peace day messages.
— #WinWithSocial (@hootsuite) September 3, 2015
Aww, that’s a sweet offer. Let’s see what this unlikely pair gets up to.