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McDonald’s of Hawaii Honors Veterans

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This Veterans Day, McDonald’s of Hawaii is saluting all veterans and active duty military with a free breakfast sandwich as a thank you and appreciation for all that they do.

On Thursday, Nov. 11, 2021 during breakfast hours only, Hawaii’s veterans and active duty military members simply need to present their valid military ID at any of McDonald’s 73 restaurants statewide to receive a free breakfast sandwich. Some of McDonald’s fan favorites include the Egg McMuffin®;
Sausage McMuffin® with Egg; Bacon, Egg & Cheese Biscuit and Sausage, Egg & Cheese McGriddles®.

“We are truly grateful to all the brave men and women for their patriotism and sacrifice — this is just a small token of our appreciation,” said Dyanna Okazaki, Director of Operations, McDonald’s Restaurants of Hawaii.
“Several of our local McDonald’s franchisees are veterans themselves so it’s very fitting that we take the time this Veterans Day to recognize their dedication and commitment.”

The offer is valid only on Veterans Day 2021 and is for one free breakfast sandwich. The offer will be available via the drive-thru and takeout only. No purchase is necessary.


Most McDonald’s restaurants serve breakfast until 10:30 a.m. Download the McDonald’s app on your smartphone or tablet for restaurant hours and exclusive deals. Customers can also sign-up for the new MyMcDonald’s Rewards program to earn points for free food.

As part of McDonald’s commitment to safety, owner/operators have implemented more than 50 COVID-19 safety procedures to protect crew and customers. These include wellness and temperature checks, social distancing floor stickers, protective barriers at order points and masks and gloves for employees with the addition of new procedures and training.


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