Burger King has long been a national icon.
It’s owned by Burger King Holdings, and its restaurants have been known to draw in celebrities, athletes, and business leaders alike.
But Burger King CEO Dan Cathy has made the fast-food giant a cultural force.
He and other top executives at the fast food giant have become a cultural touchstone.
They have created a culture that can appeal to people across the country and around the world.
It can be an American icon, a cultural icon, and it can also be something else entirely, like a symbol of inequality and of American weakness.
The latest example of the latter comes in the form of the burger chain’s new mascot.
The company announced in September that it would unveil a new mascot for the fast foods chain in February.
Cathy and his team created a new logo and character for the brand, which is now known as the “Burger King.”
It has been compared to the cartoon character, Chewbacca, and the company has launched an online campaign to get the word out.
The logo is a mix of colors that are similar to the Chewbacchan characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
The mascot will be unveiled at the company’s annual shareholder meeting on February 20, and will be available for purchase for $19.99 online or in stores.
A spokesperson for Burger King did not respond to The Washington Post’s request for comment.
It is unclear if the mascot will have any bearing on the company or its future.
The character, which looks like a cartoon of Chewbaccas, will be the first mascot for Burger Kings since the franchise’s founding in 1962.
The brand has faced criticism for using a cartoon character in its marketing and advertising, and for the company taking a mascot that was not even created for Burger and a pop culture icon that was created for the franchise.
In a video posted on Burger King’s YouTube channel in June, Cathy explained that the company wanted to use the characters to make people feel better about themselves.
The video was widely criticized for its depictions of women and people of color.
The clip featured a black man with a curly mop of hair, and a white woman with a wig and a mustache.
In the video, Cathy said that the mascot was meant to be a symbol that people would feel good about themselves and their culture.
“It’s a very American thing, and we want to be able to embrace that,” he said.
“I think it’s very important to be the American symbol of that.”
A spokesperson said that Burger King decided to change the mascot after the launch of a campaign by the Black Lives Matter movement.
The campaign featured a clip of a white man standing next to a black person holding a sign that read, “We will not be erased.”
The spokesperson also said that Cathy and other executives in the company felt the campaign was divisive.
“We saw an outpouring of support for the campaign from Black Lives Matters, and so we thought, ‘Well, let’s take the opportunity to do something about that,'” Cathy said in an interview with CNN in June.
“And we decided to bring Chewback into the brand.”
Cathy also acknowledged that the campaign hurt the brand.
“They got the name wrong,” he told CNN.
“You can’t just come up with something so stupid.
And they took it to a whole other level.”
The Burger King mascot will not feature any of the characters from the popular Disney animated series “The Little Mermaid,” which was created in the 1970s.
However, the company is making changes to the company logo and logo elements that feature “the sea” in honor of the sea lion.
The redesigns are part of a broader effort to make the Burger King brand a more diverse and inclusive company.
The change in branding reflects the company shifting its focus from selling its burgers and milkshakes to a more global, global brand, and focusing on a healthier and more compassionate food.
“The McDonalds of the world have become synonymous with being a big business and a global company,” Cathy said during a conference call with investors in November.
“If we want that to continue, we need to do things like being more global.
We need to be part of an industry that is growing globally.
We have to embrace the fact that this is a global business and not a local business.”
The burger chain has struggled in recent years.
Its shares have fallen 25% since the start of the year.
The corporation also announced in December that it was eliminating its headquarters in Florida, and announced plans to close one of its more than 1,000 restaurants.