The power of fast food can never be underestimated and this recent opening of a rebranded version of McDonald’s in Russia is clear proof of that notion.
According to local media reports, the rebranded version of the popular US-based fast-food chain is doing big things in terms of sales and revenue.
To help make you understand better, well, think along the lines of selling nearly 120,000 burgers on its opening night. And that is even more than what the original brand had sold before the chain chose to withdraw from Russia, citing the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
From Big Macs and Mc Flurrys to fries galore, you’ll find it all and then some more. And it is safe to say that the decision has really proved to be fruitful for the country because people and their love for fast food are making them stand in long queues just so they can get a quick bite of their much-loved comfort food.
Certainly, the brand has found a major challenge in terms of supper and demand with it being hard to find some ideal replacements for common ingredients. But for now, they’re doing a pretty fine job and citizens hope things continue to run this way.
Without a doubt, so many were expressing great anger when news broke out about bidding farewell to the Golden Arches of the letter M that were reminiscent of the McDonald’s restaurant that so many were accustomed to seeing.
But who knew the Russian rebranding would be equally good, selling out a whopping order of 120,000 burgers in no time!
The new logo comprises a symbolic representation of a burger patty and two fries and while it might not give those classic McDonald’s vibes, the flavor is being loved across the board.