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McDonald’s Is Giving Out Free Six-Packs in Austria

McDonald’s Is Giving Out Free Six-Packs in Austria



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Austrians who buy more than €20 worth of McDonald’s food will get a free six-pack of beer, to celebrate the soccer championships

There’s absolutely no way this could go wrong.

We’re feeling a little bit jealous of Austrian soccer fans right now. McDonald’s Austria is giving out free six-packs of beer to celebrate the European soccer championship games — the European version of the World Cup.

Right now, when you buy at least €20 ($22.53 USD) worth of food at any participating Austrian McDonald’s you’ll get a free six-pack of Ottakringer beer with your meal (a popular beer in Austria). You have to order delivery through the McDonald’s food delivery service at mjam.at for the deal to work though.

An advertisement for the deal says it’s meant to “bring stadium atmosphere to your own living room,” for those that are unable to celebrate the soccer championships currently being held in France this week.

While alcohol is currently not being served on McDonald’s menus in America, it is on the menu in certain European countries including France, Germany, Austria, and Portugal.


The Truth About McDonald's Mogul Ray Kroc

The reason the world knows the name "McDonald's" isn't because of anyone actually named McDonald — although it was Dick and Mac McDonald who founded that first restaurant in California, built on the idea of super-fast, reliable service and a limited menu.

It was entrepreneur Ray Kroc who really recognized the potential the restaurant concept had, and he was the one who took the company to soaring heights after buying out the McDonald brothers. It's no secret he was relentless in his innovation and his drive, and according to McDonald's, it was largely what allowed them to sell their 100 millionth burger just three years after Kroc founded McDonald's System, Inc., a predecessor of the current corporation.

Kroc himself amassed a fortune, built on The Golden Arches that have been as controversial as they are famous. He did it all when he was 52 years old, once saying, "I was an overnight success alright, but 30 years is a long, long night." What else don't you know about this American entrepreneur?


The Truth About McDonald's Mogul Ray Kroc

The reason the world knows the name "McDonald's" isn't because of anyone actually named McDonald — although it was Dick and Mac McDonald who founded that first restaurant in California, built on the idea of super-fast, reliable service and a limited menu.

It was entrepreneur Ray Kroc who really recognized the potential the restaurant concept had, and he was the one who took the company to soaring heights after buying out the McDonald brothers. It's no secret he was relentless in his innovation and his drive, and according to McDonald's, it was largely what allowed them to sell their 100 millionth burger just three years after Kroc founded McDonald's System, Inc., a predecessor of the current corporation.

Kroc himself amassed a fortune, built on The Golden Arches that have been as controversial as they are famous. He did it all when he was 52 years old, once saying, "I was an overnight success alright, but 30 years is a long, long night." What else don't you know about this American entrepreneur?


The Truth About McDonald's Mogul Ray Kroc

The reason the world knows the name "McDonald's" isn't because of anyone actually named McDonald — although it was Dick and Mac McDonald who founded that first restaurant in California, built on the idea of super-fast, reliable service and a limited menu.

It was entrepreneur Ray Kroc who really recognized the potential the restaurant concept had, and he was the one who took the company to soaring heights after buying out the McDonald brothers. It's no secret he was relentless in his innovation and his drive, and according to McDonald's, it was largely what allowed them to sell their 100 millionth burger just three years after Kroc founded McDonald's System, Inc., a predecessor of the current corporation.

Kroc himself amassed a fortune, built on The Golden Arches that have been as controversial as they are famous. He did it all when he was 52 years old, once saying, "I was an overnight success alright, but 30 years is a long, long night." What else don't you know about this American entrepreneur?


The Truth About McDonald's Mogul Ray Kroc

The reason the world knows the name "McDonald's" isn't because of anyone actually named McDonald — although it was Dick and Mac McDonald who founded that first restaurant in California, built on the idea of super-fast, reliable service and a limited menu.

It was entrepreneur Ray Kroc who really recognized the potential the restaurant concept had, and he was the one who took the company to soaring heights after buying out the McDonald brothers. It's no secret he was relentless in his innovation and his drive, and according to McDonald's, it was largely what allowed them to sell their 100 millionth burger just three years after Kroc founded McDonald's System, Inc., a predecessor of the current corporation.

Kroc himself amassed a fortune, built on The Golden Arches that have been as controversial as they are famous. He did it all when he was 52 years old, once saying, "I was an overnight success alright, but 30 years is a long, long night." What else don't you know about this American entrepreneur?


The Truth About McDonald's Mogul Ray Kroc

The reason the world knows the name "McDonald's" isn't because of anyone actually named McDonald — although it was Dick and Mac McDonald who founded that first restaurant in California, built on the idea of super-fast, reliable service and a limited menu.

It was entrepreneur Ray Kroc who really recognized the potential the restaurant concept had, and he was the one who took the company to soaring heights after buying out the McDonald brothers. It's no secret he was relentless in his innovation and his drive, and according to McDonald's, it was largely what allowed them to sell their 100 millionth burger just three years after Kroc founded McDonald's System, Inc., a predecessor of the current corporation.

Kroc himself amassed a fortune, built on The Golden Arches that have been as controversial as they are famous. He did it all when he was 52 years old, once saying, "I was an overnight success alright, but 30 years is a long, long night." What else don't you know about this American entrepreneur?


The Truth About McDonald's Mogul Ray Kroc

The reason the world knows the name "McDonald's" isn't because of anyone actually named McDonald — although it was Dick and Mac McDonald who founded that first restaurant in California, built on the idea of super-fast, reliable service and a limited menu.

It was entrepreneur Ray Kroc who really recognized the potential the restaurant concept had, and he was the one who took the company to soaring heights after buying out the McDonald brothers. It's no secret he was relentless in his innovation and his drive, and according to McDonald's, it was largely what allowed them to sell their 100 millionth burger just three years after Kroc founded McDonald's System, Inc., a predecessor of the current corporation.

Kroc himself amassed a fortune, built on The Golden Arches that have been as controversial as they are famous. He did it all when he was 52 years old, once saying, "I was an overnight success alright, but 30 years is a long, long night." What else don't you know about this American entrepreneur?


The Truth About McDonald's Mogul Ray Kroc

The reason the world knows the name "McDonald's" isn't because of anyone actually named McDonald — although it was Dick and Mac McDonald who founded that first restaurant in California, built on the idea of super-fast, reliable service and a limited menu.

It was entrepreneur Ray Kroc who really recognized the potential the restaurant concept had, and he was the one who took the company to soaring heights after buying out the McDonald brothers. It's no secret he was relentless in his innovation and his drive, and according to McDonald's, it was largely what allowed them to sell their 100 millionth burger just three years after Kroc founded McDonald's System, Inc., a predecessor of the current corporation.

Kroc himself amassed a fortune, built on The Golden Arches that have been as controversial as they are famous. He did it all when he was 52 years old, once saying, "I was an overnight success alright, but 30 years is a long, long night." What else don't you know about this American entrepreneur?


The Truth About McDonald's Mogul Ray Kroc

The reason the world knows the name "McDonald's" isn't because of anyone actually named McDonald — although it was Dick and Mac McDonald who founded that first restaurant in California, built on the idea of super-fast, reliable service and a limited menu.

It was entrepreneur Ray Kroc who really recognized the potential the restaurant concept had, and he was the one who took the company to soaring heights after buying out the McDonald brothers. It's no secret he was relentless in his innovation and his drive, and according to McDonald's, it was largely what allowed them to sell their 100 millionth burger just three years after Kroc founded McDonald's System, Inc., a predecessor of the current corporation.

Kroc himself amassed a fortune, built on The Golden Arches that have been as controversial as they are famous. He did it all when he was 52 years old, once saying, "I was an overnight success alright, but 30 years is a long, long night." What else don't you know about this American entrepreneur?


The Truth About McDonald's Mogul Ray Kroc

The reason the world knows the name "McDonald's" isn't because of anyone actually named McDonald — although it was Dick and Mac McDonald who founded that first restaurant in California, built on the idea of super-fast, reliable service and a limited menu.

It was entrepreneur Ray Kroc who really recognized the potential the restaurant concept had, and he was the one who took the company to soaring heights after buying out the McDonald brothers. It's no secret he was relentless in his innovation and his drive, and according to McDonald's, it was largely what allowed them to sell their 100 millionth burger just three years after Kroc founded McDonald's System, Inc., a predecessor of the current corporation.

Kroc himself amassed a fortune, built on The Golden Arches that have been as controversial as they are famous. He did it all when he was 52 years old, once saying, "I was an overnight success alright, but 30 years is a long, long night." What else don't you know about this American entrepreneur?


The Truth About McDonald's Mogul Ray Kroc

The reason the world knows the name "McDonald's" isn't because of anyone actually named McDonald — although it was Dick and Mac McDonald who founded that first restaurant in California, built on the idea of super-fast, reliable service and a limited menu.

It was entrepreneur Ray Kroc who really recognized the potential the restaurant concept had, and he was the one who took the company to soaring heights after buying out the McDonald brothers. It's no secret he was relentless in his innovation and his drive, and according to McDonald's, it was largely what allowed them to sell their 100 millionth burger just three years after Kroc founded McDonald's System, Inc., a predecessor of the current corporation.

Kroc himself amassed a fortune, built on The Golden Arches that have been as controversial as they are famous. He did it all when he was 52 years old, once saying, "I was an overnight success alright, but 30 years is a long, long night." What else don't you know about this American entrepreneur?


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