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In honor of International Women’s Day, the golden arches are becoming a golden “W”
Today is International Women’s Day and to celebrate, McDonald’s is turning their famous golden arches upside down. The company has long been known for their signature curved “M” symbol, but today it’s becoming a “W.”
The giant arches have been physically inverted at one California restaurant, but the upside-down arches will replace the normal ones on McDonald’s digital channels today. At another 100 locations in the U.S., McDonald’s employees will wear special hats and shirts to mark the occasion.
"For the first time in our brand history, we flipped our iconic arches," says McDonald's Chief Diversity Officer Wendy Lewis. She says the fast food giant is flipping its logo “in honor of the extraordinary accomplishments of women everywhere.”
WalletHub reveals the best places to celebrate the Irish next week
- WalletHub has just come out with their list of the Best Cities for St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations
- They judged 200 of the largest U.S. cities across 17 factors, including Irish pubs and restaurants per capita, weather forecasts, parades and parties, average price of a beer and more
- Overall Chicago, Illinois topped the list, with Boston, Massachusetts in second, although Boston is tops for St. Patrick’s Day traditions
We are a little over a week away from one of the most joyous, and drunk-filled days of the year, St. Patrick’s Day. Whether Irish or not, plenty of people love to pack the bars to celebrate, and there are definitely some cities that go all out for the occasion. And when it's happening on a Saturday? You can trust it'll get crazy.
Well, WalletHub has just come out with their list of the Best Cities for St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations, judging 200 of the largest U.S. cities across 17 factors, including Irish pubs and restaurants per capita, weather forecasts, parades and parties, average price of a beer and more.
Not surprisingly, Chicago, Illinois, which actually dyes their river green for the holiday, tops the list, scoring a 70.65 out of 100. It comes in second for St. Patrick’s Day traditions, and 29th for costs, which was enough to beat out that other hugely Irish city, Boston, Massachusetts, which is actually number one for traditions, but comes in 145th for cost and 161st for safety.
Top Ten Cities For St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations
- Chicago, IL
- Boston, MA
- Philadelphia, PA
- Buffalo, NY
- New York, NY
- San Francisco, CA
- Fort Collins, CO
- Tampa, FL
- Madison, WI
- Pittsburgh, PA
Click here to find out where your city falls on the list.
A few other tidbits from the report:
- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has the highest percentage of Irish population, 82-times more than Hialeah, Florida, which has the lowest.
- New York has the most Irish pubs and restaurants per capita, while Fort Worth, Texas has the fewest.
- Savannah, Georgia has the most St. Patrick’s Day parties per capita, while Phoenix, Arizona has the least.
- Oklahoma City has the lowest average beer price, while New York has the highest.
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