Krystal Restaurant Puts Customers Faces on Packaging


Apparently, there's this really popular restaurant in the South called Krystal. Who knew? We sure didn't and we also didn't know the chain's website has a very attractive spokesperson named Krystal to guide visitors around the company's website. Aside from that, Krystal has this thing called Krystal Lovers Hall of Fame, an area that features Krystal lovers from around the restaurant's six state area.

Their big thing is the Krystal Hamburger box or the Cheese Krystal box, boxes full of small, square burgers. Hmm, sounds a lot like White Castle. That's because, as a commenter points out, it's the southern cousin of White Castle. Krystal will now feature its Hall of Famers on these boxes as a promotion.

Written by Steve Hall    Comments (5)     File: Packaging, Point of Purchase     Apr-10-06  
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This girl Crystal needs to sit in front of a serious plate of those burgers. She is too skinny!

Posted by: Dario Meli on April 10, 2006 12:55 PM

She may want to stuff a few in her bra as well. No onions, please.

Posted by: John Boy on April 10, 2006 01:24 PM

I am heading back to Chattanoga this weekend (where Krystal is headquartered)and I will definitely eat at Krystal. If you grow up on them, then you really miss them. Not as good as In-N-Out (nothing is) but way better than White Castle.

Posted by: SaveFerris [TypeKey Profile Page] on April 10, 2006 02:01 PM

Krystal burgers are far superior to White Castle "slyders," despite the near-unidentifiable differences in appearance.

Posted by: slyders r 4 suckers on April 10, 2006 03:36 PM

Krystal's so-called burgers are an abomination, just like White Castle. Horrible! Do not call them burgers -- they are slimy pretend meat on a white roll! Gimme a Whataburger, Dairy Queen or In-and-Out burger any day.

Posted by: southerngirltoo on April 11, 2006 11:14 AM

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