McDonald’s NCAA Atlanta Bracket Town Promotion – Go Visit April 5-8 @McDonaldsATL
Are you a basketball fan? What about a McDonald’s fan?
McDonald’s has partnered with Coke Zero and the NCAA to bring exciting deals, contests and activities to Greater Atlanta during the 2013 NCAA Men’s Final Four.
Right now, customers who purchase a large soft drink at any Greater Atlanta McDonald’s restaurant will receive half-price admission to the Bracket Town fan experience at the Georgia World Congress Center from April 5 – April 8
Bracket Town attendees can additionally visit the McDonald’s Slam Dunk area, where they can lay down their best dunks, win prizes, get autographs from NCAA legends and more
In advance of the Final Four festivities, from March 11-30, all Greater Atlanta restaurants will feature the Quarter Pounder with Cheese Extra Value Meal for the slam dunk price of $3.99.
ABOUT BRACKET TOWN
Bracket Town is the Ultimate Final Four Fan Fest, offering more than 300,000 square feet of family-friendly activities. A budget-friendly, four-day indoor interactive event, Bracket Town targets basketball fans and fans of all NCAA sports by offering them a chance to meet legendary coaches and former college stars at exclusive autograph sessions, sign up for daily youth clinics, and participate in a host of sport activities ranging from basketball to lacrosse to hockey and more. The weekend also boasts a variety of unique entertainment including the annual “Battle of the Bands” featuring the bands and cheerleaders from the participating NCAA teams. Rounding out the weekend experience is the POWERADE® 3v3 basketball tournament, open to kids of all abilities and ages – from ages nine to 40+.
Get more information, check out previous event photos and buy tickets here.
If you are planning to watch the game on television, you can find the entire NCAA tournament schedule here.
GET SOCIAL WITH MCDONALD’S
New and existing fans can celebrate with other fans on Facebook (Facebook.com/mcdonalds)
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