McDonald's in Southern Idaho will Serve FREE Breakfast to Students taking the Idaho Standards Achievement Tests on Monday, April 9th

Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Event flyer and information.

Mountain Home, ID (March 27, 2012) -- McDonald's® restaurants in Mountain Home, Treasure Valley and Weiser, Idaho want to make sure that students taking the Idaho Standards Achievement Tests (ISAT) in April will get that much-needed wholesome breakfast before their exams ... for FREE! On Monday, April 9th, students can come into participating McDonald's restaurants between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. for a free breakfast that includes an Egg McMuffin®, apple slices and choice of 1% low-fat white milk or fat-free chocolate milk.

This is the first year that McDonald's restaurants in the area will be offering this unique opportunity to parents and students in the community.

"As local business owners, we feel that it is our responsibility to give back to our community, " said Bill Kyle, Owner Operator of McDonald's restaurants in Mountain Home. "Part of our commitment to our community is the well-being of our children, and what better way to honor that than by giving them the nutritious breakfast that they need to succeed on their exams?"

"Whether students eat at home, at their school or at McDonald's, it's important to have a well-balanced breakfast every day," said Dr. Cindy Goody, a registered and licensed dietitian. "For children and adults, a balanced breakfast can contribute many important nutrients to help meet daily nutritional needs as well as provide energy to start the day."

This offer is good at participating McDonald's restaurants in Treasure Valley, Mountain Home and Weiser, Idaho. It is valid Monday, April 9th from 6 am to 8:30 am, while supplies last. No substitutions. No group redemption. Students under 15 years of age must be accompanied by a parent. Child must be present for offer. In-store only (no drive thru service on this offer).

About McDonald's of Idaho

The 58 McDonald's restaurants in the state of Idaho are locally owned and operated by Idaho residents. As proud residents of Idaho, McDonald's Owner-Operators believe that being part of a community means giving back to it by supporting local economies in Idaho. McDonald's restaurants of Idaho spend more than $46.9 million in their communities annually and create more than 5,840 jobs. To obtain nutritional information about McDonald's menu or other information on McDonald's, visit For more information regarding McDonald's of Southern Idaho, please follow them on Twitter @IdahoMcD.

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