McDonald's to unveil remodeled store off I-94 in Ypsilanti
The McDonald's on James L. Hart Parkway in Ypsilanti Township has completed its renovation project.
The store, located at 166 James L. Hart Parkway, now has a redesigned dining room, double drive-thru lanes, free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV. The restaurant will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Natalie Stavale, a press contact for McDonald’s, said the corporate-owned location remained operational throughout the entire construction project.
To celebrate the grand reopening, this McDonald’s restaurant is offering week-long menu promotions, including free samples, and buy-one-get-one-free Big Mac and Quarter Pounder sandwiches.
It is also hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony Oct. 26, where children from Brick Elementary School will accept a $500 donation.
The remodeling comes months after the fast-food chain launched a national hiring campaign, with plans to add 50,000 workers, including dozens to the Washtenaw County locations.
There are 16 McDonald’s stores in Washtenaw County. Several have been remodeled in recent years.