New McDonald’s Dual Lane Drive-Thru Poster Campaign – Design You Trust

New McDonald’s Dual Lane Drive-Thru Poster Campaign

Leo Burnett London, has created an outdoor print campaign for McDonald’s UK, to promote the roll-out of their dual lane Drive-Thru service. Situated in close proximity to a number of converted restaurants, the posters feature two different vehicles parked side by side to create one amusing visual.


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