The McMakeover is complete and the Woodbury will reopen at 5 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 7.
Dozens of people—including local elected officials, representatives and Ronald McDonald—were on hand for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at noon today (Oct. 5).
Jim Duval, who owns the Woodbury fast-food establishment with his family, said . The building was .
The new-look McDonald’s now features two drive-thru lanes, which should ease congestion in the area during busy times. There are also televisions inside and a new décor.
Mayor Mary Giuliani Stephens spoke at today’s event, saying the city has fielded plenty of calls from residents inquiring about when McDonald’s will reopen. “And I want to have my French fries.”
Duval told Patch his family owns McDonald’s restaurants “from here to Hudson.”
“We kind of love our McJob,” he told the crowd.
The Woodbury McDonald’s opened in 1983. It will be open 24-7, Duval said.
There are near in Woodbury.
The location was opened today for workers at nearby establishments, and a friends and family function was set for this evening, Duval said. Students from sung the National Anthem and the Woodbury Ambassadors were also on hand for the event.
Duval presented a check for $2,000 to the Woodbury-based .
He said 25 cents from each value meal sold between Friday and Oct. 20 will go the Christian Cupboard, and those who drop off items for the food shelf will receive a certificate for a free ice cream cone.