Burger King didn't even try with its latest campaign Ads from Buzzman for Belgian market focus on price, not the quality of the work By Ann-Christine Diaz Published On Oct 02, 2019 Editor's Pick Burger King put very little effort into its latest campaign. So much so, that it didn’t even finish (or proofread) the work. The point is that the fast feeder dedicated all its efforts to making the price as low as possible for its King deal, featuring a burger, fries and soda for €4,95. The campaign was created out of Buzzman for the Belgian market. Most Popular Charlize Theron walking naked out of a pool is what female empowerment looks like in Dior's world Brian Cox waxes poetic about the Quarter Pounder in Wieden & Kennedy New York's first McDonald's ads See all the COVID-19 cliches in one big fat supercut Credits Date Oct 02, 2019 Client : Burger King Agency : Buzzman CEO : Kevin Derycke Marketing Director : Dirk Lammens Brand Activation Manager : Vic Dresen Junior Trade Marketing : Amandine De Maurissens President and Executive Creative Director : Georges Mohammed-Cherif Vice President : Thomas Granger Managing Director : Julien Levilain Creative Director : Louis Audard Creative Director : Tristan Daltroff Art Director : Margaux Hontang Copywriter : Melvin Berrehouc Account Director : Xavier Devaux-Landragin Account Executive : Quentin Seguret Head of PR & Communication : Amélie Juillet PR & Communication Manager : Paul Renaudineau Rights Management : Dee Perryman Head of Production : Vanessa Barbel Need a credit fix? Contact the Creativity Editors Industry Fast Food Project Type Outdoor / Out of Home Related work Burger King: Burger King is celebrating Christmas in July because the end of 2020 can't come soon enough Burger King: Burger King sets out to reduce cow farts in campaign with Michel Gondry and the yodeling kid Burger King: Burger King gets Twitch gamers to promote its deals using donation feature Burger King: Burger King is letting you turn your house into a 'Home of the Whopper'