McDonald’s Partners with NFL to Make Food Trailer

Move over delicious tailgating BBQ tradition, low cost burgers and prizes are headed your way. The drunk munchies are coming to you this time.


“OAK BROOK, Ill., Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — In its second year as the official restaurant sponsor of the NFL, McDonald’s is celebrating football fans’ love for the game with a new mindset of tailgating and exclusive football content and prizes for customers.

To help fans get into the spirit, McDonald’s is launching the national McDonald’s Tailgate Photo Sweepstakes. Participants have a chance to win the ultimate McDonald’s tailgate experience, the grand prize they’ll never forget in their hometown, with the McDonald’s mobile restaurant rolling up with enough food for 200 friends, family members and neighbors.

“We know football fans’ passion extends beyond gameday and traditional tailgating in stadium parking lots,” said Dean Barrett, senior vice president, global relationship officer, McDonald’s Corp. “We’re channeling this excitement into a new mindset of tailgating with McDonald’s food that celebrates and rewards NFL and McDonald’s fans anytime, anywhere this football season – whether they’re gearing up for kickoff at their home or on-the-go.”

McDonald’s customers can use QR codes on McDonald’s medium beverages with NFL-themed packaging to access exclusive NFL Now video content. Customers can also use QR codes on McDonald’s medium fries to access the McDonald’s Pick The Play Sweepstakes and enter for the chance to win NFL-related prizes – including a trip for two to Super Bowl® XLIX in Arizona.

“As everyone gets back to football, we’re looking forward to working with McDonald’s to bring fans closer to the game they love through unique programs and our new personalized digital video service, NFL Now,” said Renie Anderson, NFL senior vice president of sponsorship and partnership management. ”

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Lubbock Police Offer $1000 Reward for Your Help in Catching This Hamburglar

Police offering reward in McDonald’s robbery

Lubbock police released video footage Wednesday of an armed robbery earlier this month at a McDonald’s restaurant. They are offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of those involved.

The 14-second video from a security camera shows a 1997 model Mercury Grand Marquis pull up about 8:45 p.m. to the payment window of the drive-through lane at 5010 I-27. The driver immediately points a pistol at an employee who is out of view. The driver accepts an object and drives off.

The exchange took place in about seven seconds.

Watch the video here:

Couple Accused of McDonald’s Robbery in Custody

The couple that unsuccessfully robs safes together, stays together…until being carted off to separate prisons.


“WELLSVILLE — Two people accused of robbing the Wellsville McDonald’s restaurant have been apprehended after evading capture earlier this month.

Ryan W. Schrader, 32, of Wellsville, was charged with second-degree robbery, fourth-degree grand larceny, third-degree burglary and fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, state police reported Wednesday. Rebecca L. Baker, 32, of Wellsville, was charged with second-degree robbery, third-degree burglary and fourth-degree grand larceny.

On Aug. 11, the suspects allegedly entered through the back door of McDonald’s, one of them brandishing what appeared to be a pistol and demanding employees open the safe. They were unable to do so without having the combination, so the suspects allegedly took all the money they could — approximately $357 — and fled in a vehicle.

Further investigation allegedly showed the two were also responsible for a burglary at the Just One More bar in Shongo and the grand larceny of cash from Short’s Gas Station in Stannards. Schrader was also found in possession of a small amount of crack cocaine upon arrest, police allege.

In addition to the above allegations, both were charged by Wellsville Village Police with two counts of third-degree burglary, third-degree attempted burglary, fourth-degree grand larceny and petit larceny. According to police reports, those charges stem from multiple break-ins at a North Main Street establishment in Wellsville.

Schrader and Baker were arraigned in Wellsville Village Court. Schrader was remanded to Allegany County Jail in lieu of $50,000, while Baker was remanded in lieu of $20,000.”


Guy Gets Stabbed at Houston McDonald’s for Argument with Other Guy’s Wife

“Apparently he didn’t GET THE POINT!”-Stabby McGee


“A husband is in custody, accused of stabbing another man to death inside a McDonald’s in north Houston.

According to the Houston Police Department, the victim got into an argument with a woman inside the restaurant off Fulton Street near Boundary Street. Police said the woman left and walked back to her apartment a block away to tell her husband what happened.

The husband then went to the McDonald’s and confronted the man. The argument escalated, and the husband pulled out a knife and stabbed the other man, according to investigators.

Police said the victim was rushed to LBJ Hospital, where he later died.

Several hours later, Precinct 6 deputies tracked down the man and he surrendered peacefully.

Authorities did not arrest his wife.”


Cops Tase Man for Refusing to Leave McDonald’s Bathroom

Somehow he thought hiding in the bathroom would make the cops forget about the crack they found.


“A 32-year-old Georgetown man is facing drug charges after police found crack cocaine and paraphernalia in his vehicle in the Georgetown McDonald’s parking lot.

Marco Marin was arrested shortly before 11 a.m. on Aug. 23 when he reportedly refused to leave the bathroom at the fast food restaurant.

After several commands from police, a taser was deployed and Marin was taken into custody, according to Georgetown Police Department spokesman Lt. Lawrence Grose.
Grose said officers were securing Marin’s vehicle due to his arrest when they found a glass pipe, a bag containing crack cocaine and a syringe in the vehicle.

Marin is charged with resisting arrest, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and disorderly conduct.

He was committed to the Sussex Correctional Institution on a $275 cash bond with a future court date.”


Man Sells TV Stolen from Mom to Buy Crack at McDonald’s

SALINE–On Aug. 11, Saline police received a call regarding a larceny complaint at a local condominium complex.

A Saline woman contacted the police because her 27-year-old son, who lives in the condominium with her, stole her large screen television.

According to the report, the son, who is a known crack-cocaine abuser, had left the condo around 12:20 am. without her knowing and with the TV. He later returned to the home and told officers he had sold the TV for drug money. He took the TV to a McDonald’s in Ypsilanti Township where he met a dealer who sold him drugs. He used the drugs and then returned back home.


McDonald’s Manager Punches Customer with Service Dog and Two Autistic Kids

Of all tables to punch, she chose the one full of disabled people…


“A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a McDonald’s manager who punched a customer in the face for bringing a service dog into the restaurant.

Security footage shows off-duty manager Tiffany Denise Allen approaching customer and service dog owner Jennifer Schwenker, who was with her two autistic children in a Marietta, GA McDonald’s the time of the incident. Allen told Schwenker that she and her service dog were not welcome in the restaurant. When Schwenker pointed out that she had a legal right to bring the dog into the establishment Allen became enraged, eventually following Schwenker into the bathroom and berating her.

Jennifer Schwenker said she became concerned for her safety at that point and decided to leave the restaurant. She did, but she spilled a drink on the way out, enraging Allen. Allen followed her into the parking lot and punched her in the face before she could leave the property.

Cobb County officials have issued a warrant for Tiffany Denise Allen for battery, simple assault fear and disorderly conduct. Surveillance camera footage shows McDonald’s employees trying unsuccessfully to restrain their co-worker prior to the assault.”