Industry News | January 4, 2012

Free McDonald's Coffee Will Warm Up Northern California

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Northern California McDonald’s restaurants will be kicking off the new year by offering a free small cup of coffee to its customers in the Greater Sacramento, Stockton, and Modesto area. Beginning January 2, all local McDonald’s restaurants throughout Northern California will be offering a free small Premium Roast Coffee made with 100 percent fire-roasted Arabaca Beans to all customers during business hours with no purchase necessary. This program is local McDonald’s way of saying thank you to their customers and offering a helping hand at the start of the new year.

“In this challenging economic climate, we know that many are struggling to make ends meet and this is our way of lending support during these difficult times,” says Steven Ramirez, a McDonald’s restaurant owner from Elk Grove. “As the holiday season comes to a close and budgets become tight, we hope this program will offer some comfort to our community and also warm them up a little during this cold, winter season.”

The free coffee program will last two weeks, beginning January 2 and ending on January 15. Restaurants participating in the program reside in the following counties: Sacramento, Placer, Nevada, Sutter, Yuba, Yolo, El Dorado (not including S. Lake Tahoe restaurants), Solano (not including restaurants west of Fairfield), San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Amador, Calaveras, Tuolumne, Colusa.

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