Burger King McWhopper Proposal


Burger King McWhopper Proposal

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[Burger King McWhopper Proposal]

So Burger King’s proposing a burger war cease-fire to join forces with McDonald’s on peace day and create the McWhopper

That’s a big burger with big ambitions a fair amount to swallow, right?

So here’s a little how where and why to help you digest our proposal.

As two of the world’s largest brands we are in the perfect position to influence change and like BK , McDonald’s is committed to leveraging its size, scope and resources to help make the world a better place.

Peace One Day campaigns tirelessly for a better world but they need our help raising awareness of Peace Day.

We could rattle a bucket but buckets aren’t loud.

Proposals like McWhopper make noise!

Just ask the guy!

[Jeremy Gilley (Peace One Day):] Source: LYBIO.net
Hi, Jeremy Gilley founder of Peace One Day.

The thing I love about the McWhopper project is it; walks the walk, it leads by example and demonstrates a genuine commitment to Peace Day and a more peaceful and sustainable world.

[Corporate] activation on this scale creates mass awareness and awareness creates action and action saves lives; we hope you get on board McDonald’s.

So do we Jeremy, we can’t do this without them so we’ve made participation easy; one location, one day only, we’ve designed a proposed pop-up restaurant, the packaging, even the staff uniforms, all we have to do is park are differences for one day and do what we both do best; no strings.

Together makes blaze a trail, build the unthinkable burger and feed the discussion, lets end the beef with beef on Peace Day September 21st 2015.

Burger King McWhopper Proposal

Burger King McWhopper Proposal

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