The following is a press release from McDonald's of Southwest Louisiana and the McNeese Athletic Foundation:
Come Support the McNeese Athletic Foundation at the McDonald's/McNeese™ Pancake Breakfast
McDonald's of Southwest Louisiana and the McNeese Athletic Foundation will host a pancake breakfast from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, in the Cowboy Club Room at Cowboy Stadium to benefit the McDonald's of Southwest Louisiana Athletic Scholarship.
Tickets are $5 and can be purchased from any McNeese cheerleader, Cowgirl Kickers, member of the Chi Omega Sorority or from the McNeese Athletic Foundation. Call 562-4141. All proceeds benefit the McDonald's of Southwest Louisiana Athletic Scholarship.
Fans will enjoy pancakes, sausage, milk, coffee and orange juice as they hang out with current and former McNeese athletes, McNeese cheerleaders, Cowgirl Kickers and Rowdy. Ticket holders will also be able to have their face painted for the game and have the chance to win fabulous raffle prizes.
Be a part of the Nov. 5 game against Nicholls Sate from the sidelines.
Win a McDonald's Extra Value Meal every week for a year.
McDonald's of Southwest Louisiana (11 restaurants throughout Calcasieu Parish), owned and operated by Doug Gehrig, are dedicated to serving and assisting the Southwest Louisiana community. For more information on the McDonald's/McNeese Pancake Breakfast, contact Jen Breen at 337-478-7396 or email@example.com.
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