FULTON, NY – The McDonald’s on South 4th Street in Fulton is celebrating two events with members of the Fulton Fire Department and Fulton Police Department.
On Saturday, October 14th from 11a.m.-1p.m., their friends with the Fulton Fire Department & Fulton Police Department will be set up and families will have a chance to get an up close and personal look at a fire engine in the McDonald’s parking lot.
In addition to meeting with public safety officials, there will be activities for kids of all ages. Ronald McDonald® & Hamburglar® will be on hand during the festivities.
McDonald’s will offer families a FREE Happy Meal® with any Extra Value Meal® purchase offer to celebrate the day.
On Tuesday, October 17th from 9a.m. to 11a.m., the Fulton McDonald’s will be hosting a “Meet the Chiefs” breakfast where neighbors can meet David Eiffe, the new Fulton Fire Chief and Assistant Chief Shane Laws and learn about their plans for the future.
“We wanted to thank our public safety officials and give the community a chance to come out and meet with them face to face.” Said Paul Ross, owner-operator of the McDonald’s in Fulton and nine other restaurants in Central New York. “We look forward to these events and hope to host more opportunities like these in the future.”
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