Burger King shows a “McWhopper.” In full-page newspaper ads on Wednesday, Burger King said it’s calling for a truce with McDonald’s so that they can create a mashup of their most famous burgers, the Big Mac and the Whopper. Burger King is tying the publicity stunt to a nonprofit called Peace One Day, which says it promotes Peace Day.
Burger King shows a “McWhopper.” In full-page newspaper ads on Wednesday, Burger King said it’s calling for a truce with McDonald’s so that they can create a mashup of their most famous burgers, the Big Mac and the Whopper. Burger King is tying the publicity stunt to a nonprofit called Peace One Day, which says it promotes Peace Day. Courtesy of Burger King The Associated Press
Burger King shows a “McWhopper.” In full-page newspaper ads on Wednesday, Burger King said it’s calling for a truce with McDonald’s so that they can create a mashup of their most famous burgers, the Big Mac and the Whopper. Burger King is tying the publicity stunt to a nonprofit called Peace One Day, which says it promotes Peace Day. Courtesy of Burger King The Associated Press

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