McDonald’s Presents: McRib Launch Party

McDonalds debuted the relaunch of their McRib here in New York, Times Square last Tuesday, November 2, 2010.  The soirée consisted of Media, Media, Fans, and more Media. 

I, the Kitty Bradshaw, hadn’t tasted a McRib since its second relaunch back in 1994.  To be honest, I couldn’t remember what the sandwich tasted like. Thanks to a successful RE-RE-RE-Launch; guest were treated to all you can eat McRibs, French Fries, and Beverages.  I was so caught up in the moment I even filmed a video for the franchise…. *crossing my fingers that it airs during the Super Bowl, lollll.

As I mentioned before, in attendance where three super fanatics of the McRib sandwich Alan Klein of  www.kleincast.com, Joey Erwin of South Carolina who holds the record for most McRibs consumed on a daily basis, and Adam Winer whose claim to fame is taking on road adventures around the country in search of the elusive McRib.  Lucky for him the McRib will be available from November 2nd – 22nd, 2010. 

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better at the McRib launch party, McDonalds handed out gift bags filled with coupons, t-shirts, wet naps, mints, pens…. all the things you need after completing  your McRib meal. *thinking* They forgot the gym membership, lollll. j/k

McRib Trivia (from McDonald’s)

  • Every year McDonald’s purchases 250,000,000 pounds of pork.
  • The McRib sandwich as been mentioned twice on David Letterman’s “Top 10 List.”
  • Each McRib sandwich is actually submerged in tangy BBQ sauce.
  • The McRib sandwich was first introduced to the public in 1982.
  • The McRib sandwich sports 2 pickles and .25 ounces of onions.
  • The McRib sandwich was spoofed in The Simpsons episode #303.
  • McRib Nutritional Info:

    490 calories, 220 calories from fat, 25 g fat, 8 g saturated fat, 75 mg cholesterol, 1040 mb sodium, 44 g carbohydrates, 2 g fiber, 24 g protein, 11 g sugars.

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