The staff that packs the Big Mac in the city of Fleetwood was invited to concert at Wembley- watch
in the campaign Stevie Nicks was asked to work for a day in the restaurant of the city of Fleetwood
Mac -A campaign has been created to have singer Stevie Nicks work a shift at a McDonald’s in Fleetwood, England
The Facebook event shows 3,300 people attending and 19,000 interested. Nick’s proposed shift is scheduled for September 28 from 8am to 11am, according with dailymail.
Stevie Nicks, in reality, did not accept the proposal launched on social media; his band, however, did even more, perhaps because he enjoyed the fun campaign and wanted to laugh about it. The fast food staff of the city of Fleetwood, in fact, was invited by the group to the concert at Wembley Stadium in London. As reported by NME, restaurant employees also had the opportunity to visit the backstage and watch the show from behind the scenes.
Thousands of Fleetwood Mac fans were backing a campaign to have rock legend Stevie Nicks work a shift at McDonald’s. Subscibe here
But it isn’t just any McDonald’s the campaign is pushing for.
The Fleetwood Mac songstress is being prodded to work a shift at a McDonald’s in the English town of Fleetwood. The singer’s shift, scheduled in a Facebook event on September 28, already has more than 3,300 people pledging to line up to be served by Miss Nicks herself.
The event wouldn’t be too long, with Nick’s shift only lasting from 8am to 11am.
A Facebook community called Be Reet is behind the event with more than 19,000 people interested in the Campaign For Stevie Nicks To Work A Shift at Fleetwood McDonald’s.
Be Reet often starts humorous campaigns and has given its fan a poll to vote on their favorite Fleetwood Mac inspired happy meal.
Puns including, ‘Fries, Sweet Little Fries,’ ‘The Fast Food Chain,’ ‘Go Your Own Shake’ and ‘Big Love Mac’ have been voted on.
Many fans of both McDonald’s and the classic band have shown their excitement in the Facebook event.
Basically, what we are is entertainers. When we go on stage we’re performers. That’s what we do. Even if this band had never made it big, we’d be playing all the clubs. So it isn’t a question of keeping it fresh, it’s that we’re doing what we love and we don’t have anything else, basically, to do