McDonald’s offering free meals to responders fighting wildfires in Northern Nevada
July 7, 2017
McDonald's restaurants across Northern Nevada have been donating food and water to help the first responders who have been fighting the series of wildfires.
McDonald's of Northern Nevada recognize the hard work, dedication and long hours many first responders are putting in to control the wildfires across the state. The number of fires continues to rise, so all McDonald's restaurants in Northern Nevada have decided to help support those personnel.
"My employees want to show their support and help the community recover. Many of them are facing the stress that many families are still going through with how close these fires are to our homes," said local McDonald's franchise owner, Rich Pelton. "With the help of the staff and support of the community, we hope these meals and waters help the firefighters and paramedics affected by these wildfires."
First responders (firefighters, paramedics, etc.) can show up in uniform to any McDonald's throughout Northern Nevada and receive a free extra value meal. The promotion will go until the majority of the fires are contained.
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