McDonald’s Corp. has been looking to cash in on its years of customization effort on the part of a new line of chicken sandwiches and burgers called Signature Crafted Recipes with the introduction of “frork”. McDonald’s latest spoof infomercial, which stars Anthony Sullivan, a popular pitchman, has entertainingly explained how the fork-shaped, silicone utensil will enhance the eating experience of customers opting for the customized Signature Crafted Recipes line of fast food. McDonald’s “supremely superfluous” fry-fork that has fries for prongs could solve the only one problem of “topping dropping” while having the Signature Crafted sandwiches, as stated by Sullivan in the infomercial.
Promotional Giveaways, Including Frork, Hype Signature Crafted Recipes
Signature Crafted Recipes such as Pico Guacamole, Sweet BBQ Bacon, and Maple Bacon Dijon have been anticipated to be among the handpicked offerings of McDonald’s. The Signature Crafted sandwiches have been prophesied to bear price tags which read an average US$4.99 to US$5.19. The infomercial has suggested that the promotional product frork could make the eating experience even more ecstatic by helping customers to slop up Signature Crafted sandwich toppings if they happen to fall out.
1-844-MCD-FRORK is the toll free number provided by McDonald’s to facilitate information on how to receive coupons for Signature Crafted sandwiches and the frork. On May 5, the fast food giant has been predicted to plan for a frork giveaway at worldwide locations on the purchase of a Signature Crafted sandwich. From May 4 to May 8, McDonald’s could give away a free drink and medium fries on a similar purchase.
In the past, McDonald’s had adopted a related strategy to promote Shamrock Shake’s newer versions by giving away engineered straws and Big Mac Special Sauce bottles for exciting sizes of Big Macs.