To show appreciation for its employees, Burger King invited customers to leave thank-you messages for its team members when placing an order through the company’s app.
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Last June, the company began testing new technology that allows users to purchase groceries directly from the site. Users simply scroll through the platform, click on an image they like, then click again to order all the items necessary to recreate the dish showcased in the post.
Burger King India, the fast food burger chain, has introduced #ReassuringWhopper with an aim to bring together people separated in these trying times.
Arby's this week launched a mobile web app that identifies types of French fries in honor of National French Fry Day.
Waze users in California will receive Heineken-branded ads when stationary reminding them not to drink and drive.
Tim Hortons, Canadian-based coffee and doughnut chain, will expand to some 1,500 outlets across China with a focus on esports themed services.
The first newly designed eateries will be built in 2021 in Miami, Latin America and the Caribbean
Time Out is dedicated to supporting the city’s independently run spaces, which is why we’re teaming up with Instagram to host a virtual festival showcasing some of the brilliant independent businesses that make London the city it is.
Burger King ran an immersive sweepstakes during the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) that asked viewers to scan a QR code with their smartphone cameras to activate an augmented reality (AR) experience, per an announcement on Twitter. The experience featured AR versions of the burger chain's mascot and rapper Lil...
With most LGBTQ Pride festivals and parades canceled due to Covid-19 this year, PepsiCo’s Bubly brand is giving the community a way to show off its best parade looks online.
Domino's established a virtual film festival where fans can submit homemade videos for a chance to win a year's worth of free pizza, per a news release
Burger King wants to skip directly from the coronavirus-fueled chaos of today to the lovely and wondrous holiday season of December. And they think the pandemic-weary public may be ready to play along.
The Shaq-a-Roni, as the brand is calling it, launches today. And for every Shaq-a-Roni purchased, Papa John’s is donating $1 to the Papa John’s Foundation, which was created to give back to the community and address social injustice.
Popeyes is giving a Netflix username and password to 1,000 customers who tweet a picture of their at-home fried chicken order with the hashtag #ThatPasswordFromPopeyes. The Netflix accounts will be active for one month.
Burger King debuts 'social-distance crowns' in Germany as restaurants test quirky ways to keep customers apart
Wingstop announced that it's giving away free merchandise and Venmoing $10 to each person who posts an ad about Wingstop on their public Instagram.