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Crystal Palace stars and cheerleaders to re-open Bromley McDonald’s tomorrow

PUBLISHED: 17:22 20 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:22 20 February 2013

Crystal Palace cheerleaders, The Crystals, will re-open Bromley High Street's McDonald's.

Crystal Palace cheerleaders, The Crystals, will re-open Bromley High Street's McDonald's.

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Crystal Palace FC players will be joined by cheerleaders The Crystals as they re-open the McDonald’s restaurant in Bromley High Street tomrrow.

Alex Marrow and Darcy Blake will cut the ribbon from 2.30pm, celebrating the transformation of the restaurant which sees new designs inside and out.

The re-opening also marks The Eagles teaming up with McDonald’s to work together in local community football.

Franchise owner, Tonina Hoang, said: “In these tough economic times I‘m proud to be able to make these investment, not just in our local high street but in community football as well.

“Through the partnership that Crystal Palace and I are now able to announce, we will be working together through providing training for local coaches and sponsorship of the CPFC Foundation.

“I welcome everyone in Bromley to my restaurant on Thursday to come and help us celebrate.”


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