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Fathers driving the Turnpike on Father's Day this Sunday can receive a free McCafe beverage at the nine participating McDonald's restaurants at Pike Service Centers.

Hours for the free beverage for father are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Father's Day.

This offer is valid at MassPike McDonald’s restaurant locations in Lee (east and westbound), Blandford (east and westbound), Ludlow (eastbound), Charlton (east and westbound), Framingham (westbound) and Natick (eastbound).

To save time, money and gas, Turnpike drivers are encouraged to join FAST LANE by getting a free transponder.  Visit the Turnpike website or call 1-877-MASSPIKE (1-877-627-7745).

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