MADISON — The McDonalds, positioned at 690 N. Stewart Rd. in Madison Township, reopened Saturday, Nov. 25 after the constructing that sat on the positioning beforehand was demolished in early August.
Monday afternoon the car parking zone was packed and vehicles funneled nonstop by means of the drive through, which now options two lanes.
“It’s a very good factor — they missed us,” a retailer supervisor famous, whereas selecting up three McChickens from a conveyor belt and inserting them in a bag for a drive through buyer.
“That is it,” she stated.
She handed the bag to a different worker, and it was shortly delivered out the window.
The placement’s proprietor and operator, Jeff Monica, says the brand new constructing options the most recent know-how, every thing from kiosks to an optimized meals preparation line.
“This retailer was utterly transformed from the bottom up, so we’ve got the latest know-how for McDonalds in it,” Monica stated.
In an effort to set this location aside, one inside wall encompasses a map of the world and one other options artwork constituted of the phrase “Mansfield.”
“I believe it turned out nice,” Monica stated.
The McDonalds on Stewart Street is one in every of 9 space McDonalds owned by the Monica household — seven are positioned in Richland County, one in Crestline and one in Loudonville.
All have now been transformed, which Monica says is sort of an accomplishment.
“We’re most likely one of many first within the state to have all our shops transformed,” he stated.
Exterior of the Madison Township location, Crestline’s location was probably the most not too long ago transformed. That venture was completed in August.