A recent Consumerist article posed the question, “Can A McDonald’s Be The Center of A Community?”
The answer is an undeniable yes!
This is especially true today as so many communities struggle with issues of inequality, racism and social unrest. Continue reading
It was game time at the NY Mets Citi Field on Saturday July 9 where over 40,000 fans gathered to witness two of the Major League Baseball top teams square off against each other. The number 1 team in the National League East, the Washington Nationals vs the National League’s number 2 team, the New York Mets. This was a big game for Major League Baseball but it was an even bigger game for brand McDonald’s. Right before the game started the NY Metro McDonald’s 2016 RMHC Scholarship Recipients hit the field where they were all acknowledged and congratulated on being this year’s scholarship recipients. Also on field with the scholarship recipients were McDonald’s Owner Operators Maria Sullivan, Cort Norman, Thomas Parker, Julio Morgan, NY Metro McDonald’s Director of Operations Karen Thomas, RMHC NY Tri-State Executive Director Chris Perry and NY-Tristate McDonald’s Marketing Manager Monique Sales. And it didn’t stop there… the McDonald’s Gospel Super Choir stepped up to the plate hitting a homerun singing the National Anthem, where the crowd went wild cheering and applauding as the choir lifted their voices and released a beautiful sound that resonated Citi Field Stadium.