Wilmington McDonald’s® Focuses on Giving Back to the Community; Invited 100 Wilmington...

Wilmington McDonald’s® Focuses on Giving Back to the Community; Invited 100 Wilmington Youth to Blue Rocks Baseball Game

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McDonald’s restaurant Owner/Operator Kenneth Youngblood, President of International Security Alfred “Izzy” Izuierdo, and Wilmington Mayor’s Office Community Referral Specialist Earl Cooper, post with Wilmington community members before attending the Blue Rocks game on August 20.

Giving back is an essential part of McDonald’s® mission to support the communities where they live and work. This Sunday, Wilmington Owner/Operator and President of the Philadelphia Black McDonald’s Operator Association, Kenneth Youngblood, partnered with other community leaders to invite 100 Wilmington youth and family members to attend a free Blue Rocks baseball game.

Business and community leaders invited 100 Wilmington youth and their families to attend a Blue Rocks baseball game on August 20. Pictured: Left to Right: Kenneth Youngblood, McDonald’s restaurant Owner/Operator; Kevin Kelley, Director of Parks and Recreations for the City of Wilmington; Alfred “Izzy” Izuierdo, President of International Security; and Earl Cooper, Wilmington Mayor’s Office Community Referral Specialist

Through a partnership between the City of Wilmington’s Department of Parks and Recreation, the Wilmington Blue Rocks, McDonald’s Owner/Operator and President of the Philadelphia Black McDonald’s Operator Association Franchisee Kenneth Youngblood and Alfred “Izzy” Izuierdo, President of International Security located in North Wilmington, participants and their parent/guardian were provided free round trip transportation to the stadium and tickets to the game.