The McDonald’s restaurant at the 109 East Park Drive in Brentwood is making its debut Friday after renovations and the installation of self-order kiosks.
It is the second location owned and operated by Jemond Daughtry to reopen with the new technology. Daughtry’s Franklin location, at 1299 Highway 96 East, reopened Sept. 29 with similar upgrades.
In addition to the kiosks, where guests may browse the menu, find new options, customize their meal, and pay for their order, food will be delivered to tables by restaurant crew members.
“We want to keep raising the bar in customer experience,” Daughtry said. “I’m hoping the community will welcome this change.”
The grand reopening and ribbon-cutting of the restaurant location is taking place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 26.
During the week of Oct. 28, 10 percent of all kiosk sales from 4-9 p.m. will be donated to the Public Safety Trust Fund. This specialty fund grants emergency assistance to Brentwood firefighters and police officers in times of need, to help cover the cost of unexpected medical procedures and funeral expenses.
“They serve the community in its greatest times of need, so we want to stand by them in their greatest times of need,” Daughtry said. “This charity fundraiser is one way McDonald’s can make that impact.”
The grand reopening will be celebrated with several weeks of prizes and giveaways for customers as well as promotions kicking off after the event, such as free coffee, cookies, and pie.