KISSIMMEE (AP) _ It's a lot more than a Big Mac attack that has one Cape Coral man flying 150 miles from his home several times a year to the nearest Krystal fast-food restaurant.
Jay Barr picks up 24 burgers about ten times a year. He says the
hour-long flight from the Kissimmee airport is more worth it. He
typically leaves Fort Myers around 6 a-m and is home by 8:30 a-m,
sometimes before his wife even wakes up.
Saturday, the fast-food company unveiled a hamburger box and drink cup with Barr's face and an airplane printed on them.
Hundreds of thousands of the boxes will hit about four-hundred
restaurants in the Southeast.
Barr was one of thousands who e-mailed stories to the company
about their love for Krystal's food.
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