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Poduced by Popular Demand

Posted by: Glen Day ( McDonald's Conder A.C.T., Australia ) on September 20, 1999 at 02:45:35:

In Reply to: McDonald's are Trying posted by Glen Day on September 16, 1999 at 13:24:07:

As you stated "McDonald's create the demand for meat by spending over $2 billion a year on advertising.". How this true at that moment McDonald’s invented there first restaurant with no advertising schemes introduced to the community. McDonald’s produced quality food which the customers enjoyed, this brought many customers creating McDonald’s to expand this was in-forced by POPULAR DEMAND by there customers as I said earlier on. After McDonald’s knew they could expand they introduced advertising, once again McSpotlight is misleading.

Glen Day

McSpotlight: I think you'll find that "quality food" is not the mass conception of what McDonald's serve. It is also unlikely that McDonald's would spend over $2 billion on advertising a year if they didn't think they'd get their investment back. It's not the 1950's any more; McDonald's is one of the largest companies on the planet.

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