Burger King App with a $100 million fundraising campaign is making a huge splash and raising a lot of money.
The app has now raised over $1.3 million in a record amount of funding, but it’s still just one part of a much bigger burger king story.
According to Burger King’s website, the app is about “finding the best burgers on the planet”.
It’s designed to allow users to order, and get the most value for their money.
“Burger King has been the most successful restaurant chain in the world for over 50 years,” Burger King President and CEO Robert Dreyer said in a press release.
“We’re bringing that same experience to customers around the world through our app.
It’s the perfect way to get the best burger anywhere, anytime.”
The app was launched in January and currently has more than 8 million daily users.
It also has an app store, a mobile app and a video app.
The app has been downloaded more than 60 million times.
While the app has a $1,000 minimum order, you can also order a large burger with the app and pay for it with your credit card.
You can also pay for a burger with cash.
Burger king is hoping that the app will help boost sales of its famous burgers, which have sold for over $3 billion since they first hit the US market in 2007.
The company also said that the burger king will add an in-store loyalty program in the future.
Burgiers food choices are a hit with consumers, but the company has struggled to grow its burger business.
The firm has struggled in the US for the past two years as consumers have moved away from traditional fast food restaurants and towards fast-casual restaurants.
The burger king has been hit with a lawsuit alleging that it used fake sales data to inflate its sales figures, and has also been sued for allegedly misleading consumers by advertising that its burgers were healthier.
Bururger King said that while it would continue to offer more burgers in the coming years, it would not sell burgers at the same prices as it currently does.
The company also noted that the restaurant chain had “taken steps to improve the quality of our burgers” and “is committed to ensuring our burgers are consistently fresher, healthier and tastier than the rest of the burger chain”.
It has not yet said when it will be able to start charging a fee to order a burger.