McDonald’s is offering a free bakery item to all teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week May 3-7.
Teachers have proceeded to teach and positively influence students regardless of the relative multitude of changes they have persevered. For all their amazing work they praise teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week. As a thank you to teachers, McDonald’s will offering a free item “on the house.”
McDonald’s restaurants across the Toledo area will offer a free bakery menu item with any buy during Teacher Appreciation Week, May 3 – 7. Browse 1 of 3 baked goods: cinnamon roll, blueberry muffin and apple fritter. Offer is legitimate at taking part restaurants in the Cleveland, Akron, Youngstown, Columbus, Cincinnati, Dayton, Lima, Toledo and Zanesville, Ohio territories. A legitimate school I.D. for the 2020-2021 school year should be appeared for redemption.
“Over the last year and a half, the teaching community has stepped up in a big way, keeping students engaged and classes going throughout the many shifts and turbulence,” Tamer Metawa, local McDonald’s Owner/Operator, said. “As local business owners, we are honored to give this small token of appreciation to our teachers as a way to say, ‘thank you’.”
Regardless of whether teaching virtual, in-person, or a combination of both, teachers have stayed an vital backbone of Toledo people group, and this Teacher Appreciation Week, McDonald’s needs to do their part in rewarding the teacher community.
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