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Some of these new products include a “game-changing” extra-thick burger, bone-in-ribs, grilled fish sandwiches, and a new grilled chicken sandwich. These high-quality products are expected to disrupt the out-of-home eating market, essentially delivering casual dining quality with unprecedented value for the money, speed of service, and convenience.
“The company estimates between a 20 to 25 percent increase in its 2010 national media presence versus 2009 through the incremental allocation of restaurant-level funds to the national level, coupled with the current deflationary media buy environment,” says Russ Klein, Burger King Corp.’s president, global marketing, strategy and innovation. “We are confident that this increase will enable the brand to continue its record positive comparable sales growth trend.”