GREENVILLE – The Greenville McDonalds north store celebrated its 25th anniversary this week. Representatives from Scott Family McDonalds joined with employees of the store and the Darke County Chamber of Commerce for a ribbon cutting on July 14.
Benny Scott, Jr. praised employees of the Greenville store for making it one of the top stores in their franchise. He also credited the community for making the business successful. “Your support has been fabulous,” he said. “You have two great restaurants that are successful for us.”
Scott recalled when his father purchased the land for the store. He looked around at what was built now and said, “This was farmland. They (community leaders) said this is what is going to happen.”
Greenville Mayor Mike Bowers congratulated the store on its longevity and called the company “A great corporate citizen.” The mayor continued, “Thank your dad for buying it. Thank you and your dad for deciding to build here.”
McDonalds celebrated all week long with special savings on food and a visit from Ronald McDonald.
Greenville Mayor Mike Bowers congratulated Benny Scott, Jr. the store on its longevity and called the company “A great corporate citizen.”
Benny Scott, Jr. is joined by members of the Darke County Chamber of Commerce, Greenville Fire Department, staff and Ronald McDonald at the 25th anniversary celebration of the north store.
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