Social Media Wrap Up: McDonald’s Pokémon Happy Meal; Cinnabon’s Tiramisu Minibon; Nando’s giving away; Nando’s giving away PERi-Perks Points as recruitment strategy

Find out what QSRs have been up to on social media this week.


Nando’s is giving away 10,000 PERi-Perks points who successfully refer staff.

Starbucks unveiled its 50th Anniversary reusable Hot and Cold cups.

Rashays has raised $13,000 for Lifeline to help raise awareness for mental health.


McDonald's launched its Pokémon Happy Meal.

Cinnabon launched its new Tiramisu Minibon.

Pie Face has a new footy finals pie.

Gelare is introducing four new sundaes this month.

Photo credit: Cinnabon Australia/Facebook

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