McDonald’s urges the youth to vote and make a difference

25 Apr,2019

By A Correspondent


To encourage young voters to go out and make their choice in the ongoing elections, McDonald’s has executed an interesting social activation. As a part of the activation, customers who didn’t vote in the ongoing elections were served something other than what they had ordered. When the baffled customers complained about the wrong order, the crew pointed out that since they did not cast their vote, they have lost their right to choose what they want.


The activation was  conceptualised and executed by the DDB Mudra Group.


Sharing his views on this campaign, Arvind R.P., Director – Marketing and Communications, Hardcastle Restaurants Pvt. Ltd., said: “At McDonald’s, we believe in standing up for good and with this social initiative we are making a small yet significant effort to sensitize the youth about the power of their vote and urge them exercise their right to choose their elected representative. The message is simple – if you don’t vote, you lose the right to choose.  We feel it is our duty as a responsible corporate citizen to drive the change that we want to see in the mindset of the Indian youth. In a few cases, we actually had customers who came back to our restaurants after voting and that is a testimony of the how small efforts can make a big difference.”



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