McDonald’s restaurants around the country are sporting a new, updated look these days.
One of the first in this area to get the makeover is the store at Midlothian Boulevard and South Avenue in Youngstown. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Thursday morning featuring students from the Eagle Christian School, as well as city leaders and executives with the local franchise.
The $500,000 renovation included new energy-efficient equipment in the kitchen area, as well as a redesigned dining area with LED-screen televisions and seats made from recycled glass Coca-Cola bottles.
Midlothian McDonald’s Unveils $500000 Makeover
February 6, 2012 by Mark | 0 Comments