The Golden Arches of McDonald’s

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Look close, what do you see?

The Golden Arches are symbolic to McDonald’s. Originally, the arches were part of the restaurant design. In 1962, they were incorporated into the logo design to resemble the restaurant. In 1968, they were stylized to represent an “M” for “McDonald’s”.

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Do the arches remind you of your childhood? Or fat grease food? Would you rather have a SubWay? All good things must come to an end, do you agree?

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Oh, anybody remember this little guy? Way before Ronald McDonald, Grimace, Hamburglar, Mayor McCheese, Officer Big Mac, Captain Crook, and the Professor among others made their debut.

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