The Highland McDonald’s, located at 105 Suppiger Lane, will be celebrating its grand re-opening, starting Saturday, Nov. 11. The location just got through with a drastic remodel. To celebrate, it will be providing daily buy-one-get-one-free specials for Nov. 13-19. There will also chances for patrons to win free food each week for a year and drawings to win special prizes. Ronald McDonald will even make an in-person appearance.
The Highland McDonald’s, located at 105 Suppiger Lane, will be celebrating its grand re-opening, starting Saturday, Nov. 11. The location just got through with a drastic remodel. To celebrate, it will be providing daily buy-one-get-one-free specials for Nov. 13-19. There will also chances for patrons to win free food each week for a year and drawings to win special prizes. Ronald McDonald will even make an in-person appearance. Megan Braa mbraa@bnd.com
The Highland McDonald’s, located at 105 Suppiger Lane, will be celebrating its grand re-opening, starting Saturday, Nov. 11. The location just got through with a drastic remodel. To celebrate, it will be providing daily buy-one-get-one-free specials for Nov. 13-19. There will also chances for patrons to win free food each week for a year and drawings to win special prizes. Ronald McDonald will even make an in-person appearance. Megan Braa mbraa@bnd.com

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