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Sunday, December 19, 2021

McDonald’s lets everyone share the light with exciting Christmas offers and merry antics!

12/05/2021 01:05:33 PM

Even with the pandemic still looming around the world, McDonald's Philippines believes that the Holidays is still the most wonderful time of the year, with their offerings and experiences that are set to ignite the holiday spirit and give Filipinos a holiday celebration to remember. 

In live with their advocacy of sharing the light to each and everyone, the fastfood chain has unveiled the following: Ride Thru Christmas Show, Santa Riders, Kindness Kitchen, and Share-A-Meal.

Witness a light spectacle at McDonald’s Ride-Thru

As the country emerges from one of the longest quarantines in the world, McDonald’s welcomes customers back to their stores with an experience like no other with the Ride-Thru Christmas Light Show! 

Beginning 29 November and will last until 2 January 2022, customers that are both young and young at heart will be transported to a festive and vibrant wonderland in 3 of McDonald’s Drive-Thru stores.

Witness the beauty of a winter wonderland when going through the Icy Wonderland Ride-Thru at McDonald’s McKinley West in Taguig, drive thru a factory of dreams at the Happyland Ride-Thru in McDonald’s Alabang West in Las Piñas, and celebrate a traditional Filipino holiday with the Parol Holiday Ride-Thru located at McDonald’s Savano Park in Bulacan.

Fmailies and friends alike will be able bind and to grab a bite of their McDonald’s favorites while enjoying this unique light spectacle from any of these four special venues with safety and convenience of their own rides. 

McDonald’s favorites and holiday cheer delivered to your doorstep

It can't be denied that a lot of customers are still skeptic to the idea of going outdoors with the current situation. So for anyone who celebrate the holiday festivities from home, McDonald’s brings the light to them with the help of McDelivery Santa Riders. Make sure to keep a lookout for them this December as Santa Riders deliver happiness onto the streets and into one’s home with every McDelivery. Watch how a McDelivery Santa Rider adds to the magic of Christmas in McDonald’s latest online video .

Share the light to our fellow Filipino in need

Of course, McDonald’s satke part if the season of giving with the McDonald’s Kindness Kitchen program as part of the fastfood chain's commitment to sharing a festive meal with nearly 7,000 chosen beneficiaries, while all its stores combined will donate 1 million Happy Meal books and toys to school beneficiaries.

Not only that, for 12 days before Christmas, McDonald’s will also launch its Share-A-Meal program, giving its customers a chance to give back with the opportunity to send McDonald’s meals to their charity of choice with no purchase requirement! 

All a customer needs to do is to visit a McDonald’s store and fill out a Share-A-Meal card as McDonald’s will grant over 1,000 wishes and share over 18,000 meals come December 25! 

“The holiday season is undoubtedly the biggest celebration in the Philippines, which is why our efforts revolve around making it easier, brighter, and happier for Filipinos to enjoy! Through these experiences, McDonald’s hopes to be a part of an experience that’s worth remembering,” said Oliver Rabatan, McDonald’s Philippines Assistant Vice President for Marketing and Channels.

Because there’s no better way to celebrate the happiness of the holidays than to share it, McDonald’s invites Filipinos to create feel-good moments and share the light this holiday season by visiting their stores or ordering via the McDelivery PH App or website

Follow McDonald’s Philippines Facebook page for more information and share your McDonald’s holiday experience using the hashtag #McDoShareTheLight!

Author: slickmaster | © 2021 The SlickMaster's Files

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