Kansas City Monarchs Partner With Local McDonald’s

KANSAS CITY, Kan. – The Kansas City Monarchs have announced a new partnership with local McDonald’s organization, Alon Management, making the iconic chain the Official Quick Service Restaurant of the reigning American Association champions.

“McDonald’s is one of the most iconic brands in the world, and we’re thrilled to make them an official partner of the Monarchs,” team owner Mark Brandmeyer said. “We’re looking forward to a fruitful relationship between our two organizations.”

Alon Management is a family-owned business by Regev and Anne Alon, operating 23 McDonald’s restaurants across the Kansas City area.

“This partnership with the Monarchs team reflects our commitment to fostering community spirit and creating unforgettable experiences for fans both on and off the field,” said local McDonald’s owner-operator Regev Alon.

As part of the partnership, the Monarchs will collaborate with McDonald’s to enhance the digital experience for fans. With over 150 million users already enjoying MyMcDonald’s Rewards, which offers enticing benefits for loyal customers, the Monarchs will actively promote this program to enhance fan engagement. Moreover, fans can conveniently order their favorite McDonald’s meals through McDelivery, utilize the mobile order and pay feature for seamless transactions, and even
order ahead to skip the line and enjoy their meal hassle-free.

McDonald’s user-friendly mobile app also empowers fans to access exclusive deals, earn rewards, and enjoy the convenience of ordering their favorite meals anytime, anywhere. Through activations both at Legends Field and across various digital platforms, the Monarchs aim to amplify awareness and utilization of these digital offerings, fostering a deeper connection between fans and the iconic McDonald’s brand.

2024 is a special year for the Monarchs organization. It represents the 100th anniversary of the original Monarchs’ win in the first-ever Negro League World Series.

The Monarchs’ home opener is May 16 from Legends Field in Kansas City, Kansas.