McDonald’s India teams up with Punjab Kings

McDonald’s India teams up with Punjab Kings

May 20, 2022

Indian Premier League team Punjab Kings have announced a new partnership with McDonald’s India – North and East. 

The partnership will see McDonald’s launch a special ‘Punjab Kings Meal’ made specially for the partnership. The Punjab Kings meal will consist of butter rooster grilled or butter paneer grilled burgers, with medium/giant world well-known fries and a medium/giant beverage which will be given in a unique collectible packaging.

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Rajeev Ranjan, Chief Operating Officer, McDonald’s India – North and East, commented:

Cricket is India’s most celebrated sport and IPL is amongst probably the most awaited leagues in the course of the 12 months. We’re excited to carry ahead this unique collaboration and partnership with Punjab Kings staff that has persistently proven many inspiring performances. 

Our new Butter Rooster and Butter Paneer Grilled Burgers are impressed by North Indian delicacies, making them a pure match and a favourite with Punjab Kings staff. We’re assured that this partnership with Punjab Kings will delight cricket followers throughout North & East India.

Satish Menon, CEO, KPH Dream Cricket Private Limited, added:

It’s an honour for us to be partnering with a model that has established its legacy the world over. As a staff our tradition is firmly rooted in Punjab, and meals are an integral part of it. 

Very similar to our staff which has Indian in addition to worldwide gamers, McDonald’s Butter Rooster grilled, and Butter Paneer grilled burgers even have the suitable steadiness of Indian flavours mixed with worldwide high quality. We’re a lot excited to supply Punjab Kings go-to McDonald’s orders with the followers.

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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