Monday, 30 November 2020

Mc Donald’s starts celebrations for Día del Niño today

Special promotions and activities, such as the Magic Show of “Luigui and Albert”, will be part of the celebration of Día del Niño (Children’s Day) at McDonald’s restaurants, which will start today, Saturday, and will run for three days.

On Monday, Día del Niño itself, most of the McD’s will have cake, piñata and entertainment, from 5 pm to 7pm.

In addition, during that day, starting at noon, all McCombos and a toy will be included in a Cajita Feliz (Happy Meal).

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“It’s a day where both children and adults can celebrate together with all the activities we have prepared to share unique experiences,” said Wendy Madriz, communications supervisor at Arcos Dorados Costa Rica.

Click here for McDonald’s locations in Costa Rica.

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