McDonald’s offers free meals to Tampa Bay area police officers on Saturday

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TAMPA BAY, FL (WFLA) — McDonald’s of Tampa Bay is showing its appreciation to local police officers for everything they do in their communities by inviting them to stop in to enjoy a free extra value meal on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, Saturday, Jan. 9. Officers are able to redeem the offer in-restaurant by presenting a valid badge when ordering at the front counter at any of the 202 McDonald’s restaurants across 13 Counties* in Tampa Bay.

Officers are able to redeem the offer in a restaurant by presenting valid badges when ordering at the front counter. There are 202 participating McDonald’s restaurants.

“While McDonald’s has strong relationships every day with police officers and we recognize them as key members in our community, National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day is a wonderful opportunity to simply say thank you for all that you do,” said Josh David, a local McDonald’s owner/operator.

NOTE: McDonald’s of Tampa Bay consists of 13 counties across, including Charlotte, Citrus, DeSoto, Hardee, Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Sarasota and Sumter.

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