The renovations have been completed at the Jerry Lewis McDonald's on N. West Street.
Lewis says he feels that it is important to invest not only in their restaurants but in their employees to make a better overall community.
Another local McDonald's has become more high tech to make things easier for their customers.
The renovations have been completed at the Jerry Lewis McDonald's on N. West Street. This is the ninth restaurant that he owns that has been given not only a makeover, but a technology upgrade to add customer friendly kiosks for people order and pay, plus people can use a mobile app to order food and employees will bring it to your car. Lewis says he feels that it is important to invest not only in their restaurants but in their employees to make a better overall community.
“Ray Kroc, the founder of McDonald's, once said if you are green your growing and when you are ripe you are rotten, I think that kind of sums the whole thing up. You have to stay current, you have to continue to reinvest in your community and you have to be there for your internal and external customers. Meaning our employees, our internal customers, and our consumers that come in and eat in our restaurants every day,” said Jerry Lewis.
Lewis' McDonald's offers programs to their employees to help with college tuition, to get their high school diploma or to learn English if it isn't their first language. Lewis also says they are in the process of remodeling the Kenton location, then they will move on to Shawnee, then to Van Wert.