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One of the Leading Fast Food Chains in the Philippines Opens New Branch In El Salvador

Your favorite fast food chain just opened up another branch. McDonald’s is definitely the best choice for mouthwatering treats that’s right on the budget.  No matter what you might be feeling, McDonald’s is always your go-to place for comfort food.

This year, Mcdonald’s opens its new outlet in a fast growing city in El Salvador located alongside the National Highway by the junction to Divine Mercy Shrine in Pedro Sa Baculio near Petron. It will be the 18th store opening for the fast-food chain this year and the 584th in the country. Not only that, it is the biggest McDonald’s in Visayas and Mindanao area. Its party venue can accommodate 200 persons making it the largest outside Luzon.

 

The blessing and inauguration were attended by Misamis Oriental Governor Yevgeny ‘Bambi’ Emano and El Salvador City Mayor Edgar Lignes. McDonald’s Franchisee and President of the Divine Mercy Foundation of Mindanao Paquita Adaza has expressed her gratitude to the top management of McDonald’s Philippines during the blessing of the store and celebration of the Good Neighbor’s Day last June 8, 2018.

 

McDonald’s El Salvador serves via Dine-In, Take-Out and Drive-Thru. So, if you are bound for the airport,an outing at Initao with your barakada, heading to Iligan or coming home from your trip, make sure to make a quick stop at McDonald’s El Salvador. Never travel hungry!

 

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