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The Canadian restaurants were part of the American chain until 1972 when they were sold to Unilever.In 1975, facing competition from the growing Canadian operations of Mc Donald's, the company launched what was to have been a temporary advertising campaign starring an orange-clad mascot, The Great Root Bear.In the early 1980s, the drive-in style of restaurant was phased out.It was replaced with a modern, pastel-coloured fast food outlet which included marginally healthier options. Japanese Love Story adultjoy suami lemah istrinya nikmat.

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Former menu items, such as the Burger Family, were reintroduced, and marketing became more targeted toward the baby boomer generation.

The Great Root Bear and (in English Canada) the "ba-dum ba-dum" theme were also retired from most advertising (the tuba theme is still used in French-language ads).

On November 21, 2013, the chain opened its 800th location in downtown Montreal.

Apart from the namesake brand of root beer, the A&W menu is focused on "The Burger Family", a lineup of hamburgers introduced by the U. A&W chain in the early 1960s, mostly discontinued in the 1980s in favour of a more standard menu, then reintroduced in Canada and expanded upon beginning in the late 1990s.

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Former menu items, such as the Burger Family, were reintroduced, and marketing became more targeted toward the baby boomer generation.

The Great Root Bear and (in English Canada) the "ba-dum ba-dum" theme were also retired from most advertising (the tuba theme is still used in French-language ads).

On November 21, 2013, the chain opened its 800th location in downtown Montreal.

Apart from the namesake brand of root beer, the A&W menu is focused on "The Burger Family", a lineup of hamburgers introduced by the U. A&W chain in the early 1960s, mostly discontinued in the 1980s in favour of a more standard menu, then reintroduced in Canada and expanded upon beginning in the late 1990s.

The famous tuba jingle was played by famed Vancouver jazz, classical and session trombonist Sharman King.