Many other restaurants in Delhi and Gurugram are also offering the same. Such offers may seem aimed at increasing the business of the brand but companies hope that they will be able to inspire people.
India started the vaccination campaign in January this year to deal with the Corona crisis. At that time hardly anyone would have thought that the vaccine would not only be effective in protecting them from the deadly disease but could also help in getting discount in buying favorite food, extra savings in buying groceries or even more interest on the amount deposited in the bank. Private companies and brands are offering similar offers to customers to get vaccinated.
McDonald’s India (North and East) has launched the WeCare initiative on its mobile application. Under this, the company is offering special offers like up to 20 percent discount on minimum order of Rs 500 to the vaccinated customers. Rajiv Ranjan, COO of Connaught Plaza Restaurants, which operates McDonald’s in North and East India, said that vaccination is a very important step in our country’s fight against the pandemic. As a brand, with the deep connect with the people, we are glad to be contributing to this important cause in our own unique way.
Many other restaurants in Delhi and Gurugram are also offering the same. Such offers may seem aimed at increasing the business of the brand, but the companies hope that they will be able to inspire people. Online grocery store Grofers has tied up with UNICEF to promote vaccination. The company is offering one month free Grofers SBC (Smart Savings Club) membership to vaccinated customers.