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Midan Marketing Donates Cooked Meals To Ronald McDonald Charities


To provide support for families with children in the hospital, Midan Marketing employees cooked and served meals to residents of Charlotte, North Carolina’s Ronald McDonald House Charities, featuring product donated by Midan clients. 

Midan Marketing Donates Cooked Meals To Ronald McDonald Charities

From April 11-15, the company’s team members cooked about 150 dinners at the Charlotte Ronald McDonald House. Each meal featured an entrée donated by a Midan client, with Tyson Foods’ Fresh Meats division donating Chairman’s Reserve Pork tenderloin, Birchwood Foods contributing taco meat and Creekstone Farms providing Premium Black Angus Beef burgers. 

“These families have already gone through so much, and we are honored to provide the comfort of a warm meal in support,” said Kelly Loganbill, public relations manager for Midan Marketing. “We appreciate the opportunity to work with other partners in the meat industry to make a difference, since coming together when times are tough is a hallmark of the agriculture industry.” 

Midan Marketing Donates Cooked Meals To Ronald McDonald Charities

Midan Marketing brings together meat industry knowledge with marketing communications agency experience. Servicing clients around the globe from offices in Chicago and Mooresville, North Carolina, the Midan team works closely with all aspects of the meat industry to provide marketing, advertising, communications and consumer research to ensure meat is consumers’ protein of choice.

As a designated “Great Place to Work” business, Midan Marketing is a team recognizing hard work, inclusion, community and a committment to personal and professional integrity.

For more information, visit midan.com.

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