I'm sick of all the "national" days of donuts, beer, coffee, etc. But I was reminded in all my news feeds today that it's National Coffee Day. So, here's to coffee, I guess.
More important to my life is that McDonald's announced today it has finally added biscuits to its All Day Breakfast menu. I rarely eat at McDonald's but have always loved its biscuits.
So, it's good to know that all 125 McDonald’s restaurants in Southeastern Wisconsin have expanded their All Day Breakfast menus, beginning Wednesday, Sept. 27. This expanded menu now includes McGriddles and Biscuit breakfast sandwiches all day, every day.
The good PR people at McDonald’s also told me that today they are giving away "Free Coffee for a Year" via Twitter. Just follow @McDonaldsMKE and look for the image to retweet in order to qualify.
#NationalCoffeeDay is not over yet! Retweet for a chance to win coffee for a year! Valid to SE WI residents only. pic.twitter.com/ecLWFQWy98 — McDonald's of SE WI (@McDonaldsMKE) September 29, 2016
A life-long and passionate community leader and Milwaukeean, Jeff Sherman is a co-founder of OnMilwaukee.
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