Campaign India Team
Oct 31, 2017

KFC India engages in a duel with McDonald's in the #BurgerEmoji debate

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KFC India engages in a duel with McDonald's in the #BurgerEmoji debate
Hours after it put out a message to Google CEO Sundar Pichai saying "it didn't matter where the cheese is, if the chicken was finger lickin good" KFC India has added more fuel to the fire in the #BurgerEmoji debate.
 
The brand has leveraged the buzz around burgers by replying to McDonald's tweet. 
 
 
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