McDonald's to modernize hundreds of La. locations
A famous fast food chain is planning on investing more than $100 million in Louisiana over the next year in an effort to modernize the states 206 locations.
WWL-TV reports that McDonald's and its franchise will invest $6 billion to update most of the locations across the country between 2018 and 2019. Reports say that more than $114 million of that money will go towards Louisiana restaurants.
The franchise said the restaurants will include newly modernized dining rooms, digital self-order kiosks, remodeled counters, digital menu boards, curbside pickup, and expanded McCafe display cases.
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