Ken Taylor

View Royal resident wins big in McDonald’s draw

New Langford restaurant teams up with Trail Appliances West Shore for giveaway

As part of its grand opening, Langford’s newest McDonald’s restaurant, located in Rona’s spacious parking lot on the corner of Veteran’s Memorial and Langford parkways, offered a chance to win roughly $6,000 in Whirlpool appliances donated by Trail Appliances West Shore.

After receiving more than 25,000 entrants for their Trail Appliances Giveaway, Ken Taylor, owner of the new location, was delighted to hear that Mary Ferrarelli of View Royal had won the big prize.

“I love that we were able to partner with Trail Appliances West Shore and be able to offer a prize pack of such substance,” he said.

The new restaurant has far surpassed its projected results, Taylor said.

He was very pleased with the response to their contest and their new state of the art restaurant where ordering can be done on their touch screens, designed with the disabled in mind.

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