USA: Burger King senior managers build with their own hands - drive thru restaurant in 24 hrs
Burger King has broken new ground by building its latest hi-tech Drive Thru restaurant in just 24 hours from start to finish -- the first time this has ever been done in the QSR* industry. The restaurant, on the outskirts of Rotherham, U.K., was constructed by a team of more than 100 senior managers from across EMA* working alongside skilled construction workers. The involvement was part of a team-building initiative, designed to give senior managers a start-to-finish, eyewitness insight into the way a restaurant is built.
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