There are only a few things worse than waking up early on a Monday. But in the past three years, fast food chain McDonald’s has been making at least one Monday easier to bear, thanks to its National Breakfast Day.
On March 14, McDonald’s invites early risers once again for a “best Monday ever” experience with the 4th National Breakfast Day. More than 400 participating McDonald’s breakfast restaurants nationwide will be giving away free McMuffins to customers from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.
“With the 4th National Breakfast Day, we want to remind Filipinos that at McDonald’s, they can have a great start to their day,” enthuses McDonald’s Philippines president and chief executive Kenneth S. Yang.
Each customer will be able to get his or her free McMuffin on a first-come-first-served basis via dine-in, take-out, or drive-thru.
“It is our commitment at McDonald’s to provide customers with a beautiful morning experience through our delicious and quality breakfast offers,” shares Yang.
A favorite breakfast treat, each McMuffin is made of a freshly cracked Grade A egg, lean Canadian bacon, melty American cheese in between perfectly toasted English Muffins.
The Egg McMuffin is an iconic McDonald’s breakfast item loved all over the world. Not to be outdone, the Sausage McMuffin, made of a juicy and savory all-beef sausage with melty American cheese in between warm, perfectly toasted English Muffins, has also become a breakfast favorite.
Share your excitement on McDonald’s official Facebook page
facebook.com/McDo.ph, or tag
@McDo_PH on Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #NationalBreakfastDay.
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