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What Are The Most Popular Fast Food Chains in Each State?

What Are The Most Popular Fast Food Chains in Each State?

Which fast food chains reign supreme?

Which fast food chains reign supreme?

Business Insider takes a look at which drive-through eateries have the most Four Square check-ins:

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I’d have to challenge the Oklahoma results – we like Sonic (based in OKC) as well as Braums (based in Tuttle). But we know where our stores are and don’t need to check an app.

    donb in reply to Liz. | January 3, 2017 at 2:07 pm

    Agreed, we don’t have to check an app to find important places like Braum’s or Sonic. Our cars just go there automatically.
    (The same automotive auto-pilot results also apply to Chick-fil-A, which the article identifies, and other important non-food places like Ace Hardware and PetSmart.)

      Liz in reply to donb. | January 3, 2017 at 3:33 pm

      OK – I occasionally go to Chick-fil-A, but it depends which way I am traveling on Second Street. Left turns sometimes take too long. And, the chicken sandwiches at Sonic & Braum’s are good. Yes, the car knows the way to Ace.

      I now search out the On-Cue locations – it’s a Stillwater OK company and is the best fuel station. Choices are E10, 100% gas – three grades, diesel, CNG, and they are starting to add the fast charge for electric cars. Thought I don’t go in, the convenience store is clean and well stocked.

      I’m for support all the local and state based companies.

The Washington one is skewed. Dick’s drive-in is 6 locations, 5 of which are in the city limits of Seattle and the last (newest) is about 20 miles north in Edmonds.

buckeyeminuteman | January 3, 2017 at 2:07 pm

I don’t even know what Foursquare is but in Ohio there are probably 20 McDonald’s for every 1 Chik fil A. I’m doubting this…it’s McDonald’s everywhere.

    Foursquare is an app to help you locate stores. So, perhaps everyone has to look where for directions to the Chick-fil-A store vs. looking down the street.

      Paul in reply to Liz. | January 4, 2017 at 10:55 am

      Foursquare is more about narcissistic ego stroking and virtue signaling than it is locating. You ‘check in’ to tell the world where you are, as if the world cares.

I have been using a better app for a long time. It’s called ask somebody. It even works in Oklahoma, but Meers isn’t fast food.