McDonald’s has turned its golden arches upside down to make an interesting statement.

McDonald’s, one of the largest fast-food restaurants in the globe, celebrated women and reminded them that they are all great in their own special ways by inverting its famous arches.

The company made the decision to flip Mickey’s arches on March 8, 2018, International Women’s Day, a “global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.”

Many were so shocked by the transformation and thought they had visited a foreign planet that they conjectured it had anything to do with the company’s ongoing conflict with Wendy’s.

But they were completely wrong. Instead, the emblem has been flipped as part of a “celebration of women everywhere,” according to a spokeswoman.McDonald’s decided to update the signage of their Lynwood, California location while keeping their social media logos the same.

The “W”-shaped symbol was worn by employees on shirts and caps at the same time, and 100 restaurants countrywide provided special packaging with the logo.”For the first time in our brand’s history, we flipped our iconic arches for International Women’s Day to celebrate the amazing accomplishments of women everywhere, especially in our restaurants.” Wendy Lewis, Chief Diversity Officer at McDonald’s, stated.

A brand spokesperson, Lauren Altman, claims that the new design was created to honor women everywhere. “We have a long history of empowering women to advance and prosper in the workplace.”

We are pleased to announce that six out of ten restaurant managers in the US are now women. We’re proud of our variety,” she continued. The corporation will update its logo on all social media channels, and 100 websites will receive new “packaging, crew shirts, hats, and bag stuffers.”

McDonald’s isn’t the only company that supports gender equality and rewards women.In the past, Johnnie Walker released a “Jane Walker” bottle in honor of women, with $1 from the sale of each bottle going to organizations that promote women’s rights.”In society, gender conversations are still very important.”

And we believe that this is the perfect time to launch our Jane Walker logo and support progressive groups that share our values,” vice president Stephanie Jacoby of Johnnie Walker said.

“We are proud to honor the numerous accomplishments of women as well as everyone’s progress toward gender equality.”

One of the companies supporting the initiative was Brawny, which replaced the Brawny Man with a woman and donated $100,000 to Girls, Inc.

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