MAX CENTER LLC BRINGS THE BURGER KING® BRAND TO MONGOLIA



ULAANBAATAR – OCTOBER 16, 2015 – Max Center LLC today announced that the very first international burger restaurant in Mongolia will open in the very popular Bayangol District, one of the most populated commercial, business and residential areas in West Ulaanbaatar.  Max Center LLC is owned by the Max Group, in turn owned by Ganbaatar Dagvadorj and Tserenjigmed Dagvadorj, brothers and prominent businessmen in Mongolia.  


“We are very excited to bring the BURGER KING® brand and the world-famous WHOPPER® sandwich to Mongolia”, said David Shear, president of BK Asiapac, Pte. Ltd., the master franchisor for the BURGER KING® brand in the Asia Pacific region.  “We have the right partner in Max Group to drive our business and bring our world-class food to our fans in Mongolia and we are proud to be the first global hamburger chain in Mongolia" added David Shear.  “With our partner Max Group, and the immense potential of the country, we are confident that our unique taste profile will continue to attract loyal fans in Mongolia for years to come.”

“It is a milestone for Max Group and for Mongolia”, said Ganbaatar Dagvadorj.  “Personally, I have always liked the BURGER KING® brand and its menu, and I feel it is a really good fit for the Mongolian market and taste prerferences. The Bayangol District is a prime location to site the first restaurant and I am thrilled for the opportunity to offer quality BURGER KING® food at reasonable prices in a family-friendly atmosphere.” added  Ganbaatar Dagvadorj.


“BURGER KING® restaurants have served signature recipes and provided family-friendly dining experiences to guests around the world and this has defined the brand for more than 60 successful years. We are proud to say that Max Group will officially serve BURGER KING® products to fellow Mongolians very soon,” said Tserenjigmed Dagvadorj.   


About Max Group 
Max Group is one of Mongolia’s fastest growing conglomerates, engaged in diversified business activities such as real estate development, mining, infrastructure, manufacturing, agriculture and trade and services.  Max Group has strong experience in the Mongolian QSR industry operating other local brands, they are now ready to take the next step in their international development and bring BURGER KING® to the market.

About the Burger King Brand

Founded in 1954, the BURGER KING® brand (incorrect) is the second largest fast food hamburger chain in the world.  The original HOME OF THE WHOPPER®, the BURGER KING® system operates more than 14,000 locations in over 100 countries and U.S. territories. Almost 100 percent of BURGER KING® restaurants are owned and operated by independent franchisees, many of them family-owned operations that have been in business for decades. The BURGER KING® brand is owned by Restaurant Brands International Inc. (TSX,NYSE:QSR), one of the world's largest quick service restaurant companies with more than $23 billion in system sales and over 19,000 restaurants. To learn more about the BURGER KING® brand, please visit the BURGER KING® brand website at www.bk.com or follow us on Facebook and Twitter
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