Palace's efforts in the local community will continue into half-term next week, with Alex Marrow and Darcy Blake officially re-opening the McDonald’s restaurant on Bromley High Street on Thursday 21st February. The players will be joined by some of the Palace cheerleaders, the Crystal Girls, from 2.30pm to celebrate the re-opening of the transformed restaurant, which will now feature McDonald’s signature style with a bright, modern interior and exterior design. McDonald’s are also offering a free ice cream sundae to all supporters who bring along the attached flyer to the restaurant on the re-opening day.
The re-opening comes at the same time of the announcement that CPFC will be teaming up with the McDonald’s franchisee in Bromley, Tonina Hoang, to work together on local community football.
Tonina said: "I’m delighted that Crystal Palace FC want to help celebrate the investment that I’m making on the High Street and that Alex and Darcy are able to come down and officially re-open the restaurant.
‘In these tough economic times I‘m proud to be able to make these investments, not just in our local High Street but in community football as well. Through the partnership that CPFC and I are now able to announce, we will be working together through providing training for local coaches and sponsorship of the CPFC Foundation."