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McDonald's giving out limited-edition posters to mark new crispy tenders

Mary Pickels
| Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017, 12:57 p.m.
This poster of McDonald's new signature sauce is one of nine limited-edition posters, one for each dipping sauce, created by Delicious Design League to accompany the new Buttermilk Crispy Tenders now being sold.
This poster of McDonald's new signature sauce is one of nine limited-edition posters, one for each dipping sauce, created by Delicious Design League to accompany the new Buttermilk Crispy Tenders now being sold.

Along with its new menu item, Buttermilk Crispy Tenders, McDonald's is unveiling a collection of nine screen-printed posters featuring each of its dipping sauces — creamy ranch, honey, honey mustard, hot mustard, spicy buffalo, siracha mac sauce, sweet 'n sour, tangy barbeque, and a new signature sauce.

McDonald's is partnering with graphic design studio and print shop Delicious Design League in creating the limited-edition posters some early visitors can receive, beginning on Oct. 7, at local participating restaurants.

Each screen-printed poster is individually numbered for authenticity.

“Limited edition, illustrated, screen-printed posters have really taken off in recent years, expanding from music to TV, movies, games, and now ... McDonald's sauces. They're a collectible way for fans to express their unique fandom,” says Billy Baumann, Delicious Design League co-owner, in a release.

Starting at 2 p.m. Oct. 7 in the Pittsburgh region, customers will have a chance to receive a poster with the purchase of the new tenders. Limited-edition stickers of the designs also will be available when the posters run out.

Visit buttermilkcrispytenders.com to find participating restaurants.

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-836-5401 or mpickels@tribweb.com or via Twitter @MaryPickels.

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