Like a drive-thru order where you have to “pull forward,” the remodel and upgrades to Minden’s McDonald’s has been delayed.
“I just confirmed that there has been a slight delay, so the location will remain open for a few more weeks,” said Josh Cook, a spokesman for the company.
Cook said renderings for the upgraded location will be ready soon as well.
“The McDonald’s location in Minden is scheduled for a complete reconstruction in order to bring some of the latest innovations and advancements in McDonald’s technology to our customers there,” said Cook during a previous interview.
This project is part of a nationwide effort McDonald’s announced last year, including 206 restaurants in Louisiana.
“In total, McDonald’s and franchisees are investing $6 billion to modernize most U.S. restaurants by 2020, including most restaurants in Louisiana,” a press release read.
With this significant construction investment, the transformed restaurants will feature:
“McDonald’s is an important local business and provider in the community,” said Stan Harris of the Louisiana Restaurant Association. “McDonald’s is helping create and sustain local jobs not only in the restaurant but also through its construction and modernization, and that helps support the local families they serve.”
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