Burger King Gives Its Biggest Social Media Fan A Restaurant & Whoppers For A Year!

Burger King Gives Its Biggest Social Media Fan A Restaurant & Whoppers For A Year!
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Burger King in France has come up with a novel way to reward its biggest social media fan – giving the lucky winner a restaurant and a year’s supply of burgers.

A young chap, who goes by the social media moniker of Sullyvan K, was found to be the burger chain’s biggest French Facebook fan, posting some 637 comments in the last 12 months alone (and, we presume, positive ones).

To reward his efforts, Sullyvan wins his very own Burger King – situated in Bordeaux – including his very own car spot out the front, his own golden tray, his own table and even his own Whopper packaging; plus, he gets to eat for free for the next 12 months.

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To surprise the winner, Burger King even wrapped up the restaurant in one kilometre of wrapping paper.

The promo also includes the video above and the free burgers don’t end there. Burger King is now offering the person who posts the most comments to the video their own 12-month supply of Whoppers, too.

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