These Popular Fast-Food Chains May Be Closing Their Doors for Good

As of late, even the most classic of chains have fallen on hard times. Did your favorite fast-food franchise make the cut, or will they be closing their doors for good?

Burger King

Burger King is the king no longer. Founded in 1953 as Insta-Burger King in Jackson, Florida, Burger King has been shuffled from owner to owner four times. The 1970s were known as Burger King's "Golden Age" of advertising, but once the decade had passed, campaigns became less and less successful, with some of the commercials being slammed for sexism or cultural insensitivity.

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Post originally appeared on Upbeat News.