Last week, Burger King restaurants nationwide began selling two types of hot dogs: a regular hot dog with ketchup, mustard and relish for $1.99 and a chili cheese dog for $2.29.
But it didn’t take long for the competition to strike back. 7-11 poked fun at Burger King on social media: “Kings selling hot dogs? What’s next, dictators selling Slurpees?”
Long-time hot dog purveyors Checkers & Rally’s also joined in on the attack, challenging Burger King to a #WienerSmackdown via Twitter. Click here to read the original article.