Burger King has released a set of fonts that can be used to type the name of any of its burgers, the brand’s latest marketing strategy to counter its increasingly difficult to find burger varieties.
The company’s latest branding campaign, dubbed “Burger King: Burger King for Everyone”, uses the same font, called “Burge”, as the company’s other branding and product images.
While Burger King’s marketing team have released a handful of fonts to use, there is one font that appears to be exclusive to the brand: BurgerKing: B.S.I.T.
T (B.S., Burger, S.I., and T.I.).
While BurgerKing’s logo can be a bit messy, it has a rather simple style.
It has a simple rectangle design with a number of dots.
It’s a common font used in branding, with the logo often being designed in a box-like format.
“In the Burger King world, you can find any number of fonts, and we like to offer you some that will make your Burger King brand more visible to people, as well as more readable,” Burger King said in a blog post.
“Our goal is to provide you with the best possible burger variety selection, and if we find a font that fits the bill, we’ll add it to the menu.”
BurgerKing’s marketing strategy is not limited to burgers.
It also includes the likes of the new Doritos Locos Tacos and the Doritocaster Doritoes Locos.
There are currently nine types of Burger King burgers available, including a number that are exclusive to select stores and restaurants.
But it is unclear if there will be a new burger range that includes B. S. I.T., which is currently available in only a handful in the US.
While many other brands are releasing fonts that could be used, the BurgerKing logo is a new addition, and a font the company is not releasing to use.