BURGER KING® Announces That the BIG KING™ Sandwich Just Got Bigger
BURGER KING® knows that size matters. Burger King Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE:BKW) today announced the introduction of the even bigger BIG KING™ Sandwich, now made with a quarter pound of 100% beef that is freshly fire-grilled to perfection. The beefed up sandwich features two savory fire-grilled beef patties, freshly cut lettuce, crisp onions and signature King Sauce, all on a three-layer warm, toasted, sesame seed bun.
“Since its launch, the BIG KING™ Sandwich has exceeded expectations and BURGER KING® restaurants are dedicated to making it even better for our guests,” said Alex Macedo, President North America, Burger King Worldwide, Inc. “Everyone is falling in love with the flavor of our freshly fire-grilled burgers paired with our signature King Sauce, and now we can give them even more of it for the same great price.”
The BIG KING™ Sandwich will be supported by a 360-degree marketing communications program, including public relations, social media and broadcast and out of home advertising.
The new BIG KING™ Sandwich is available now for $3.69 at participating BURGER KING® restaurants nationwide. It will also be a part of the two for $5 offer, which allows guests to mix and match their favorite premium sandwiches including the Original Chicken Sandwich, the new Spicy Original Chicken Sandwich and the Premium Alaskan Fish Sandwich, all at an unbeatable price.
About Burger King Worldwide, Inc.
Founded in 1954, BURGER KING® (NYSE:BKW) is the second largest fast food hamburger chain in the world. The original HOME OF THE WHOPPER®, the BURGER KING® system operates in over 13,000 locations serving more than 11 million guests daily in 91 countries and territories worldwide. Approximately 99 percent of BURGER KING® restaurants are owned and operated by independent franchisees, many of them family-owned operations that have been in business for decades. To learn more about Burger King Worldwide, please visit the company’s website at www.bk.com or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
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