It’s the birthday of the man who built the McDonald’s empire.
Ray Kroc was born on this day in Oak Park, Illinois (1902). He dropped out of high school, lied about his age, and signed up to be an ambulance driver during World War I. But the war ended before he was finished with training. He worked a few odd jobs and eventually became the sales executive for a mixing machine that could mix several milkshakes at a time. He spent 17 years traveling around and marketing the machine, and then he heard about a hamburger joint in San Bernardino, California, that was using eight of his mixers, and he went to check it out. The restaurant owners were Dick and Mac McDonald, and they sold a few items at a low price. Ray Kroc went in with them and expanded their business model, encouraged them to open up franchises, and in 1961, he bought them out. By the time Ray Kroc died in 1984, less than 25 years later, the company was worth $500 million, and there were McDonald’s restaurants in more than 100 countries.
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Yes, Mister Donut on De La Rosa Street now delivers! So if you’re craving for soft, not-so-sweet doughnuts, pick up that phone and call them now.
Mister Donut De La Rosa is just a block away from Rufino Street in the Makati. You can check the place out too.Food Strip, Makati City | Comments
Yes, there’s a new Jollibee in EDSA Carpark Terminal. For the uninitiated, the EDSA Carpark Terminal is the one just below the MRT Makati Station.
Now it’s easier for everyone to bring home a Jollibee!Food Strip, Jollibee Corporation, Makati City | Comments
Jollibee, perhaps the most popular fastfood chain in the country, is starting to accept major credit cards for purchases.
Yes. I saw this photo-announcement at Jollibee Phil-First Building, Ayala Avenue, Makati. If other outlets are also doing the same, I have yet to find out.
Here’s the proof:
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