Local McDonalds ownership celebrates 30th anniversary

PIERRE — Local McDonald’s owner-operators of South Dakota, the Leonard Management Group, is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its family-owned restaurant group and its continued support of Ronald McDonald House Charities through a monthlong donation drive.

Throughout the month of October, any customer can bring in a requested item to donate to RMHC to receive a special gift from Leonard Management as a token of appreciation. There is no limit to the number of donations a guest can bring, but only one gift can be rewarded per person each day.

Accepted donations include trash bags, facial tissues, laundry detergent and more.

“Ronald McDonald House Charities is an incredible organization that we are proud to support,” said local McDonald’s owner-operator Steve Leonard. “In celebration of our 30th anniversary, we are excited to partner with RMHC to raise awareness and essential items for their families. It’s a rewarding way for us to celebrate our own milestone with a great cause.”

Guests in the Heartland Region can take part in the 30th anniversary celebration by bringing needed items to a crew member at the front counter of any McDonalds restaurant in Huron, Mitchell, Pierre or Madison.



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