“I’ll have a Big Mac, French fries, Coke and a wedding for 50, please.”
Sure, McDonald’s move doesn’t have immediate implications for hotels; initially, McWeddings will most likely lure couples who considered restaurant weddings. But if the concept takes off, you never know. Many hotels – including economy hotels – rely on weekend weddings business for income.
The Golden Arches will play on cultural differences to put their Mc-twist on wedding traditions.
“Traditional weddings use cherries for the newlyweds to eat together and kiss. We will have French fries for them to kiss,” the English-language newspaper South China Morning Post quoted Helen Cheung at McDonald’s as saying.
Photo by Hospitality Business News.
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