McDonald’s offers free cup of coffee to parents for Back to School Parent Encouragement Day

Monroe, Louisiana – The start of the school year isn’t just exciting for students. It’s also an emotional and sometimes stressful day for parents as well. That’s why McDonald’s restaurants in Monroe and across Northern Louisiana will offer parents a free cup of coffee with any purchase during breakfast hours (6–10:30 a.m.) on August 12–13 as part of Parent Encouragement Day.

When: Monday & Tuesday, Aug. 12–13 from 6 – 10:30 a.m.

What: Parents receive a free coffee with any purchase during breakfast by saying they’re here for Parent Encouragement Day.

“We know our parents go out of their way to support and encourage their children for the start of school, but parents need a little encouragement too,” said West Monroe McDonald’s Owner/Operator Tony Gilley. “Parent Encouragement Day is our way of thanking parents for everything they do and hopefully helping to get them off to a strong start this school year as well.”

About The McDonald’s Arklatex Owner/Operator Cooperative

The ArkLaTex McDonald’s owner/operator cooperative represents 176 restaurants in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas. Nearly 90 percent of McDonald’s 14,000 U.S. restaurants are independently owned and operated by businessmen and women. McDonald’s is also transforming convenience and evolving its customer experience through mobile order and payment, curbside pick-up and McDelivery available at participating restaurants. Consumers can download the McDonald’s App for promotions and deals from the restaurants in this area.
For more information, contact: Joshua Cook, or 501.777.5032.