Jun 8, 2009

Burger King warming Whopper

Have it your way.

A major Burger King franchise owner puts up controversial signs at its Burger King restaurants.

The franchisee is a Memphis-based company called the Mirabile Investment Corporation (MIC) that owns more than 40 Burger Kings across Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi, has described Burger King as acting "kinda like cockroaches" over the controversy.

Burger King has asked MIC to remove the signs. However, MIC's marketing president, John McNelis has said that by the time Burger King lawyers work out how to make that stick we'd be in the year 2020.

Does Al Gore eat at any of the MIC Burger King restaurants? No? I didn’t think so.