Denny’s Offers to Join Burger King in ‘Peace Burger’

Burger King hasn't responded to the offer

Denny’s (DENN) is offering to take McDonald’s (MCD) place in Burger King’s “Peace Burger.”

Denny’s took out a full-page ad in USA Today and The New York Times announcing that it was looking to team up with Burger King for a Peace Burger that would be sold on September 21 for Peace Day. It suggests that the combined burger would be a mixture of the Whopper and its Slamburger, reports WMUR9.

According to Denny’s Peace Burger offering, the new burger would contain two beef patties topped with pickles, lettuce, onion, tomato, hash browns, a fried egg and bacon. Denny’s hasn’t suggested where the burger would be sold and Burger King has yet to respond to the offer, WMUR9 notes.

Denny’s offer for a Peace Burger comes after Burger King announced its offer to McDonald’s last week with a full-page ad in NYT and Chicago Tribune. However, MCD shot the offer down and said that Burger King could’ve just called next time it wanted to make an offer.

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