The Wendy's Baconator has been subject to a series of creative promotions with the help of a Kansas City-based agency called VML.
In 'No Veggies Allowed,' the company shows animated versions of lettuce, an onion and a tomato who are all attempting to get into a club. Guarded by a beef patty bouncer, the vegetables have no hope of getting into 'Club Baconator' with the flimsy fake identification that they offer up being quickly denied.
After much effort, the characters finally give up on trying to make their way into the Wendy's Baconator -- which exclusively allows burger, bacon, cheese and sauce to complement it. With this, the fast food company revers from the efforts many others are taking to appear more healthy to the public -- choosing rather to fully embrace the savory ingredients to appeal to consumer who have an appreciation for it.
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