Violent Protesters May Disrupt McDonald’s Shareholder Meeting Thursday

National Center for Public Policy Research to Present a Shareholder Proposal There Calling on McDonald’s to Stop Kowtowing to Liberal Activists

Company Has Bowed to Liberal Demands in the Past; Rather than Be Mollified, the Activists are Emboldened, and Ask for Still More

Oak Brook, IL / Washington, D.C. – Despite the expectation of violence from left-wing protestors, Justin Danhof, Esq. of the National Center for Public Policy Research will attend and speak at the 2016 McDonald’s annual shareholder meeting in Oak Brook, Illinois, near Chicago.

The National Center is presenting a shareholder resolution urging the fast food giant to alter its strategy of catering to leftist activists on wage and other economic issues.

Danhof will be available to the press following the meeting. To talk with him, contact Judy Kent at (703) 759-7476 or cell (703) 477-7476 or [email protected].

The National Center for Public Policy Research’s Free Enterprise Project is the nation’s preeminent free-market activist group focusing on shareholder activism and the confluence of big government and big business. In 2014-15, National Center representatives participated in 69 shareholder meetings, and the McDonald’s meeting will be its 15th meeting so far this year.

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