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Mo more fast food, only real food

21 November 2008

Mo more fast food, only real food

A common interest in fast food, but real food along with random sightings of unidentified facial objects has arisen in the streets of Auckland’s North Shore suburb. The taste of BurgerFuel’s delicious award winning gourmet burgers arrived Thursday afternoon at the opening of the long awaited Windsor Park store in Mairangi Bay.

With the launch of Movember (the month formerly known as November), James Stevenson, armed with a full face of hair, a steely wit and unending charm has even more reason than ever to promote his store in Morangi Bay (the suburb formerly known as Mairangi Bay) - and he’s only taking Mo for an answer. This month, BurgerFuel staff and franchisees across the nation are growing their ‘Mos’ and donating 50c from every Movember Combo sold to raise awareness and funds for Prostate Cancer and Men’s Depression.

James is helping fuel the growth of BurgerFuel by building on the success of his Albany store.

Windsor Park is the 28th store opened by BurgerFuel since 1995. With the Windsor Park opening and the addition of all the extra MoBros and MoSistas in his stores, James will need more than the handlebars on his face to hold on to.

Situated on East Coast Road just down from Rangitoto College, the Windsor Park store will provide students with a healthier alternative to other food places in the area as well as an example of what a proper Mo looks like. James expects Windsor Park to be a great success and local burger connoisseurs will be excited to try the new summer range of Low Carbo-Rator wraps and Mini burgers before heading down to the beach.


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