Burger King is starting to take its burger business to the next level.
The fast food chain has started to introduce its own ad campaigns.
The ads have already appeared on TV, on the web, in stores and on Twitter.
The burger chain is rolling out a number of new ads across various platforms, including TV, online and on social media.
In an ad for its burger King Burger Day, the chain has launched an ad that asks viewers to vote for the best burger.
It also launched a video campaign with local chefs and celebrities that will feature the burgers and the people behind them.
The ad campaign is designed to promote Burger King as a place where people from around the world come to indulge and get in the spirit of the holiday.
The video will feature local chefs, including chef Jamie Anderson of The Cheeseburger in Edmonton.
In a video, Anderson says, “I’ve been cooking for a long time.
I have been a cook since I was 14 years old.
I’ve been at Burger King for a little over a year and a half now, and I’ve got my best burger in front of me.
I’m so proud of the burger.
The burger is so good.
You’re going to love it.”
He also said the burger is made with “fresh ingredients,” and is made to order.
The campaign will run through December 30.
Burger King Canada’s chief marketing officer, Craig Calkins, says the ads are designed to help promote Burger Kings unique brand.
“I think it’s important for Burger King to do something to remind people of the brand,” he said.
“It’s a little bit of a touch of nostalgia for people to go back to a place and remember how they remember eating here, and how that really is an important part of what it is.”
The company’s other new ad campaign features a local celebrity chef and chef Jamie’s Kitchen, which serves burgers to diners from across Canada.
In the video, Jamie is shown making his own burger in his kitchen, and the chef is shown showing off a variety of burgers on the counter.
“The idea is to bring back the memories of the people who are really enjoying it and really loving it, and it’s going to be something they can relate to,” said Calkin.
He said the company will also use the burger to promote other Burger King products.
“We’re going after the big, the big brands, but we’re going with local,” he explained.
“What we’re doing is making sure that the brands are connected to the local community.”
Calkins said the ads were a “really smart way” to promote the chain’s global brand.
The company has already started airing local-themed commercials, like this one for the new Red Bricks restaurant in Kitchener, Ont.
The chain’s ads are expected to launch across the country in early December.