Kansas City News Transforms Into Whataburger Infomercial

Over the past 48 hours local news is nothing more or less than an EPIC advertisement for an overrated Texas fast food chain.

Background . . .

Local news is pretty much built on selling suburbanites useless junk they don't need and, like it or not, there's more interest in a hamburger joint than any other topic that's earning coverage from so many vanity press progressive blogs supported dark money political donations. 

So, rather than fight the trend . . . We'll join along with a hefty serving of snark . . .

In order to fill your local news hole and clog the Whataburger content mill even worse than the arteries of patrons . . . We've gathered some of the better news items on the topic.

New Whataburger in Lee's Summit breaks chain's opening day sales record

LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. - By now, you've probably heard there's a new burger joint in Lee's Summit. Whataburger made its debut in the Kansas City area on Monday with some people waiting six hours for a bite. Whataburger Senior Area Manager Mike Garza said Kansas City broke the company's opening day sales record.

Lee's Summit Whataburger serves more than 3,500 burgers, sandwiches in 1st 24 hours

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Whataburger served more than 3,500 burgers and sandwiches at its new Lee's Summit location in its first 24 hours of business. It's the first of several planned locations across the Kansas City area. The restaurant opened Monday at 11 a.m.

PHOTOS: Whataburger opens first restaurant in Kansas City area - Kansas City Business Journal

Whataburger drew thousands of customers to the opening of its first Kansas City-area location in Lee's Summit. During its Monday grand opening, the San Antonio-based fast-food chain's appeal resulted in lines along Northeast Douglas Street that stretched for more than a half-mile to Interstate 470, according to a social media post from the Missouri Department of Transportation.

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