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30th McHappy Day in Canada!

By Jay Meiliunas

KAWARTHA LAKES/NORTH DURHAM: Neal & Tanvi Bhatt have taken on the fast food Restaurant Business, specifically The McDonald’s in Lindsay and Beaverton.

The Couple has a Consulting Background, where they worked for several years, prior to becoming the owner/operators of both McDonald's locations.

Currently, they are working on improving all areas of the business. Such as how to best serve their guests, better use of new tools which they have for the business and all with the 3 D’s in mind: Delivery, Digital and Drive-Through. Must be partly why some call this franchise “Micky D's”

This year, McHappy Day supporters (Lindsay & Beaverton) included police, fire and rescue and many other corporate sponsors, for the May 8th event.

"We are absolutely thrilled to announce, we have broken our record of $10,700, donated to RMHC [Ronald McDonald House] last year. This year, with the support of our guests and local community groups, we were able to donate over $17,200," explained Neal.

"This year marks the 30th McHappy Day in Canada. With the help of our guests and local community groups, we flew by our record from last year” shared Ms. Tanvi.

"Thanks again to our volunteers. Over 25 different community groups and businesses supported McHappy Day this year." stated Mr. Neal.

“In Lindsay and Beaverton, we’re incredibly proud to have partnered with RMHC, to support their work helping children and families in our community,” said Tanvi.

McHappy Day fast facts:

This year is the 50th anniversary of Ronald McDonald House Charities, and this year marks the 30th McHappy Day held in Canada.

On McHappy Day, a portion of the proceeds from every menu item sold in their restaurants, on that day, goes towards supporting their local Ronald McDonald House Charities location and other children’s charities nationwide.

McHappy Day is a long-standing Canadian tradition, at the heart of who they are and what they do at McDonald’s Canada.

Your support on McHappy Day makes a difference in helping RMHC. In an average year, it keeps over 26,000 families, with sick children from over 3,400 Canadian communities, close to their ill children in the hospital.

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