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Live in South Florida and running short on time? You're in luck.
Some McDonald's locations in the area have a new promotion that puts the fast back in fast food. The restaurant promises that drive-thru orders will be ready in 60 seconds or less. If they're not, guests will receive a free lunch item during a future meal, the Miami Herald reported.
The move comes as McDonald's seeks to speed things up by cutting back on menu complexity. Last year, the fast-food giant posted its slowest average drive-thru wait time in the history of QSR Magazine's 15-year study.
If the offer sounds too good to be true, there are indeed limits. The promotion only runs weekdays from noon to 1 p.m. through August 29.
To read the full Miami Herald story, click here.
—CNBC's Katie Little