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McDonalds is Turning Dozens of Roadside Billboards into ’Bee Hotels’ in Sweden | Good News Network

Instead of just using their billboards for marketing, McDonalds is putting their signs to good use by attaching “bee hotels” to the backs of roadside ads.

As a means of helping dwindling pollinator populations in Sweden, the restaurant chain has started drilling holes into their own billboards so the structures can provide shelter for honeybees.

Furthermore, the Swedish branch of the company has partnered with outdoor advertising firm JCDecaux in order to attach small bee houses to the backs of other unused roadside billboards as well.

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Source: McDonalds is Turning Dozens of Roadside Billboards into ’Bee Hotels’ in Sweden

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