Tweet From Burgar King Leaves Netizens In Awe After It Urges People To Order From Other Food Outlets

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Ajay Kumar
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  • Famous fast food chain Burger King wins over the internet with its tweet
  • Burger King is urging people to order from McDonald’s, KFC, and other food chains
  • This is what the Twitter users are saying

One of the most famous food chains in the world, Burger King is urging people to order from its competitors and other food chains including McDonald’s and KFC showing that one thing the novel Coronavirus has done is taught us a lesson to stand united.

The months-long lockdown in the past and the other adversities have brought people together to help each other out and move ahead in life. Recently, Burger King UK set one such example which hearts of many all around the globe. The America based fast-food chain took to its Twitter handle and urged its customers in the United Kingdom to order food not just from its competitor food chains like McDonald’s, KFC, Papa John’s, Taco Bells etc. but also independent food outlets for a noble cause.

The food chain wrote, “We know, we never thought we’d be saying this either.”

Here is the tweet:

This tweet from Burger King was the positivity needed when the entire food and hospitality industry all around the globe are trying to cope up with the “new-normal” after suffering from a nosedive in the past few months.

The post read, “We never thought we’d be asking you to do this, but restaurants employing thousands of staff really need your support at the moment…Getting a Whopper is always best, but ordering Big Mac is also not such a bad thing.”

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It took no time for the post from Burger King to go viral and gathered huge shares likes and retweets in love and admiration.

Let us see what the Twitteratis have said:

Pizza Hut replied to the tweet from Burger King

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