Gladstone stores go all out for McHappy Day
GLADSTONE'S McDonald's stores were run off their feet on Saturday with a record number of Big Mac burgers made for McHappy Day.
Every store across town had its own theme, but were united by a goal to help raise money to go towards families with seriously ill children.
In its 24th year, McHappy Day called on all Australians to get involved and help reach a fundraising goal of $3 million.
Staff at the McDonald's city store chose a superheroes theme, dressing up in costumes ranging from Superman to the Incredible Hulk.
Our very own real-life superheroes, firefighters, were also there lending a hand for the cause.
In a sporting theme, the Kin Kora store had customers with wide smiles and clean windows after staff offered car window washing for donations.
A jungle theme at the Kirkwood store had kids lining up for animal face painting and hair spray painting.
Boyne Island McDonald's pulled out all the works with a choir and a farm theme, while Calliope had big trucks on display.
Two dollars from every Big Mac sold on Saturday will go to the Ronald McDonald House Charity.