From now until the end of the school year, Dundalk-area teachers may arrive at school bright-eyed and bushy-tailed at least one day of the week, thanks to local McDonald's restaurants.
The fast food chain has declared Tuesdays through June 24 as "Teacher Tuesdays." On the second day of each school week, educators and school staff members are invited to pop in to their local McDonald's for a free cup of "premium roast" coffee, according to a statement from the chain.
“Our local educators serve as role models for the entire Maryland family and help to make our communities stronger through education,” Christopher Mann, Maryland McDonald’s owner/operator and president of the McDonald’s Family Restaurants of Greater Baltimore, said in the statement. “As part of McDonald’s commitment to education and the community, we wanted to create a program that expressed our appreciation throughout the entire school year.”
The offer is good for any size cup and the free coffee can be ordered inside the restaurant or at the drive-through window.
Customers must identify themselves as a local educator or school staff member when ordering, and they must be able to show their school ID card or other identification that proves the customer is a local school employee.
Dundalk-area McDonald's are located at 7734 Wise Ave.; 3954 North Point Blvd.; 2222 Dundalk Ave., 1020 North Point Blvd.; and 6540 Eastern Ave.
The offer is good at 133 McDonald's locations in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Cecil, Harford and Howard counties and Baltimore city.