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Carl’s Jr. Launches Social Campaign To Get Acquired By Amazon

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Premium fast food brand Carl’s Jr. has launched an all out Twitter campaign to get acquired by commerce giant Amazon. In the past 48 hours, the California based fast food chain, that also owns and operates the Hardee’s brand has been trying to whoo Amazon with hilarious tweets.

Amazon has made some big acquisitions over the years, most notably Whole Foods earlier this year in a deal worth $13.7 billion dollars.

Carl’s Jr. and their social media team has done their homework. In their campaign for acquisition they’ve made over 30 posts highlighting how the brands could be combined.

img_4058 Carl’s Jr. Launches Social Campaign To Get Acquired By AmazonOne of their tweets makes reference to a cloud based fast food concept, pointing out that they would rely on Amazon to develop the technology.

img_4056 Carl’s Jr. Launches Social Campaign To Get Acquired By AmazonThey’ve also hinted to adding a second drive thru lane for “Carl’s Jr Prime” customers. The campaign was 24 big ideas to get acquired by Amazon.

img_4057 Carl’s Jr. Launches Social Campaign To Get Acquired By AmazonAnother hilarious tweet shows how Carl’s Jr. could be integrated into existing Whole Foods stores, most likely alienating Whole Foods bass even more.

Carl’s Jr. isn’t alone in outrageously good and humorous twitter campaigns. Wendy’s is notorious for trolling their competition. Most recently that burger chain, founded by Dave Thomas and named after his ginger daughter Wendy, was in a grand rap battle with Wingstop.

They may seem odd bedfellows but we were all pretty shocked to wake up on a Monday morning in the spring to find out that Amazon was acquiring Whole Foods.

Follow Carl’s Jr. and their epic quest for acquisition on Twitter here.