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The Black McDonald’s Operators Association hosted their 2017 Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour concert in Chicago at the House of Hope Church. The artist and participants for this year’s event included Lonnie Hunter, Donald Lawrence, Tye Tribbett, Small Fire, Anita Wilson, Bishop Paul Morton, Jekalyn Carr, Brian Courtney Wilson and Paul Porter. The proceeds go toward…

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                                        McDonald’s owner Dave Moss received the McDonald’s Pioneer Award, which is given annually by the McDonald’s corporation. They recognize owners/operators who have made many contributions in the Houston region. Moss owns seven McDonald’s restaurants throughout Houston…

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The Black McDonald’s Operators Association of Chicago and Northwest Indiana continues its great work in the urban community. They have partnered with Metropolitan Family Services to help send 40 high school students from Chicago’s South Side on a four-day, multi-state college tour. The students will be visiting 10 colleges and a number of them are historically…

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The Black McDonald’s Operators Association of Chicago gave away over 300 turkeys on their last turkey giveaway day. Inspiration 1390AM host Sonya Blakey was the host for the giveaway. Dexter Walker, Pastor Tim White and Floyd Wilkinson provided musical performances.  The day was full of sun and smiles from the recipients of the turkeys. For more information,…

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The Black McDonald’s Operators Association of Chicago wanted to give back this Thanksgiving holiday season by giving away 1,500 turkeys at a recent community holiday charity meal. Three McDonald’s restaurants were selected and 500 people were fed a Thanksgiving meal at each location. While it was raining, many people were in attendance and lines wrapped around buildings and through…

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As the summer is winding down, the events are heating up. Johnny Gill stopped by the Promontory recently to perform at the 3rd annual Black McDonald’s Operators Association Block Party. BMOA sponsored this free event; tickets were given away to those who visited select McDonald’s locations or by winning via online entry at V103’s website.…

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Jaleel Hampton is the second place winner of BMOA’s My City is Fly competition. We had an opportunity to discuss his piece and the meaning behind it. Jaleel, congratulations on winning second place in this competition. Your piece contains the word evolve, why did you you use that word? In order to promote nonviolence we have…

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