Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Watch: Ronald McDonald hustles his Nae-Nae at a Detroit McDonald's

Posted By on Wed, Sep 2, 2015 at 10:00 PM

Could Ronald McDonald be getting down with his constituents? The McClown is shown here shaking his thing with the Nae-Nae with customers at a McDonald's location at Grand River and Lahser, according to this video posted by Instagram user Lynn Haliburton.

#ronaldmcdonald can really hustle. Great times with #shareacoke

A video posted by Lynn Haliburton (@lhaliburton) on


This appears to be the latest PR stunt for the world's largest hamburger chain. On top of this, the multi-national corporation has worked to recharge its sluggish business by pushing an all-day breakfast (available starting Oct. 6), a localized Michigan menu and customized, high-tech offerings at select locations (sorry, Detroit, we're not a part of that experiment) Still, good to know our local Ronald can move it on the dance floor.

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