Bird flu no threat to McDonald's chicken: Advertisement strategy

by Medindia Content Team on  May 28, 2006 at 2:08 PM Diet & Nutrition News
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Bird flu no threat to McDonald's chicken: Advertisement strategy
In a bid to save its plummeting sales of chicken products in McDonalds, they have planned an exclusive advertisement campaign. The campaign would ensure that the customers get the message that chicken here is safe.

This has been planned by McDonald's Corp., of Oakbrook, Ill.

This strategy is a risk and pressure tactic which would ensure that is a epidemic and bird flu scare spread they can influence the customers.

They have already prepared ads and would air them, as soon as needed.

It is now a fact backed by scientific research that humans cannot get bird flu by eating chicken that has been cooked and prepared properly. This kills the virus.


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