Crusading Mom Banned From McDonald’s

October 27, 2011 by staff 

Crusading Mom Banned From McDonald’s, A college instructor and her mother in a crusade to clean play areas for children has been advised by counsel of McDonald’s franchise which is banned in eight restaurants in Arizona.

Erin Jordan Carr tells the Arizona Republic who received the letter from Attorney James Stipe by hand delivery at 7 am Monday. Stipe, Cracchiolo Burch, Jordan Carr says is “banned” listed eight restaurants in Gilbert, Chandler and Phoenix.

“If you are represented by an attorney and have questions, please give that person my letter,” the document advises. “Please do not attempt to contact me directly.”

Jordan Carr has tested area restaurants for bacteria play in six different states, gaining press coverage in print and television, the story says. She published a YouTube video of dirt into a tube to the tracking of children at a McDonald of Arizona. In another, the manager reported that the play area harbored antibiotic-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and warned customers to wash their hands.

Jordan Carr hopes her crusade will result in more government oversight of the restaurant playgrounds.

Dayna McDonald proud spokesman told the Arizona Republic that a franchisee’s lawyer sent the letter because “the recent actions by Dr. Carr Jordan have become harmful to employees and customers in our restaurants franchisees.” Proud says the company has been in communication with Jordan Carr and agrees to maintain safe play areas.

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3 Responses to “Crusading Mom Banned From McDonald’s”

  1. LIS FRANKS on October 27th, 2011 5:41 pm

    i can understand her concerns but went about it the wrong way.. i think no1 is looking at the parents that bring their sick children there 2 play cause its in doors. so many kids with running noses not wiped and dirty hands. the parents are just as much fault for their unsanitary children that they choose to take there.. what about public play areas, bathrooms at gas stations. is it our job 2 follow every1 around n say let check ur temp and wash ur hands b4 u go in there.. i dont think they should have the playarea because the PARENTS send their snotty nose kids in there. i have 4 adult children and 6 grandkids and i dont take them to play in there not because of the business but because of i know the parents send their kids in there no matter what..i know people personally from the business and they thrive on a clean store..

  2. Christine on October 27th, 2011 7:30 pm

    She should be banned from McDonalds. She has used MRSA as a scare tactic to gain support without properly educating people on MRSA. Over 5 million people are MRSA carriers, alot of them healthcare providers.
    You know, it’s easy to blame the “big guy”, but when do we take responsibility as parents and caregivers? McDonalds didn’t put your leaky soiled panted child on their playground. The didn’t post in their playground rules that food and drink can be on the equipment. It;s not their runny nosed kids wiping their noses with their hands and touching everything in sight! Parents are responsible for the behaviour and hygeine of their children. Period! I’ve been to McDonalds many, many times and have seen parents totally disregard the posted rules for these play grounds. I’ve seen the messes that people make, trash and food left on tables, spilled drinks on the floors, and they walk out of the establishment like it’s no big deal. Perhaps McDonalds should close the playgrounds and send these kids with their Happy Meals down the road to the nearest park. I am a mom and I do clean up after my children. If they spill and a mop is required, I notify an employee.
    I have worked in the fast food industry and I know it is not an easy job. Probably one of the hardest jobs I have ever had. I guess what it comes down to is that, WE, as parents and caregivers, need to take responsibility for our children. In private and in public.

  3. JalehKitty on October 27th, 2011 9:29 pm

    They should install and maintain hand sanitizer dispensers, and post signs encouraging the parents and children to make use of it for everyone’s health. How hard is that?!?