ST. LOUIS, MO – The XFL St. Louis BattleHawks and McDonald’s announced today a local partnership that will feature BattleHawks-themed promotions and gameday specials at more than 160 McDonald’s locations across St. Louis and the surrounding metro area.
Throughout the 2020 season, the BattleHawks and McDonald’s will provide McDonald’s customers and employees access to special BattleHawks’ promotional offers and ticket packages. The BattleHawks and McDonald’s will also partner on in-venue promotions during home games this season at The Dome at America’s Center.
“We are excited to team with McDonald’s to serve up excitement and increase accessibility to BattleHawks’ football,” said Kurt Hunzeker, president of the St. Louis BattleHawks. “Similar to the McDonald’s customer experience, we will deliver BattleHawks’ fans fast-paced, high-quality football in a family-friendly environment.”
“At McDonald’s, we are always looking for ways to create fun and feel-good moments in our community,” says Chris Giarla, President of the McDonald’s of Metro St. Louis Co-Op. “Many of our customers are like family so we know how much they and our employees love sports. The BattleHawks’ and McDonald’s partnership is a natural fit.”
The BattleHawks begin their season with two games on the road at the Dallas Renegades on Sunday, February 9 at 4pm CT on ESPN, and then at the Houston Renegades on Sunday, February 16 at 5pm CT on FS1. The team will return to St. Louis for its home opener against the New York Guardians on Sunday, February 23 at 2pm CT at The Dome at America’s Center and broadcast on ESPN.
Tickets for the St. Louis BattleHawks Kickoff Game Powered by Ameren, as well as single game, premium and season ticket packages, are available now at www.xflbattlehawks.com or by contacting [email protected] Tickets start at $24 for single game and $20 per game for season ticket packages.
Our city has the Arch … and we have paired up with the Golden Arches! ?— St. Louis BattleHawks (@XFLBattleHawks) February 4, 2020
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