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McDonald's National Breakfast Day

HELLO HELLO!!! Everybody listen up! McDonald's is giving away 

FREE BREAKFAST ON 18 MARCH! 



On 18 March, 121 McDonald’s restaurants in Singapore will participate in National Breakfast Day by giving away over 100,000 Egg McMuffins, as part of Singapore’s (and the world’s) largest ever breakfast giveaway. National Breakfast Day is a regional McDonald’s initiative that will see 5,000 McDonald’s Restaurants in Asia, the Middle East and Africa give away some five million Egg McMuffins in all. 




McDonald’s iconic Egg McMuffin, with its perfect combination of freshly cracked eggs, Turkey ham and cheese between toasted English muffin buns, has been specially chosen for this one-of-a-kind event. Each participating restaurant will be giving away 1,000 free Egg McMuffins to customers on a first-come, first-served basis. Ms Phyllis Cheung, Managing Director of McDonald’s Restaurants (Singapore), said, “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and on National Breakfast Day, we want to energise everyone’s morning and give them the fuel to Get Up and Go. 



Breakfast is also one of the fastest growing meal segments in Singapore and over the years, customers have shown us how much they enjoy our breakfast menu. National Breakfast Day is our way of thanking our customers for making a McDonald’s breakfast the start of their day.” To find out if the McDonald’s restaurant near you will be participating in National Breakfast Day, please log on to www.mcdonalds.com.sg/nbd. Explore interesting breakfast facts and also join in the countdown to National Breakfast Day on the official microsite www.notamorningperson.org.


Received this adorable egg from McDonald's ! Thank Youuu!! 



DO SUPPORT MCDONALD'S NATIONAL BREAKFAST DAY!!

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