Nisbet Enterprises Opens Remodeled LaBelle McDonald's
LABELLE, FL. -- LaBelle's most popular restaurant, owned by the Nisbet family, staged a grand re-opening Saturday afternoon featuring Ronald McDonald, 29-cent hamburgers, and a new store design with more than twice as many seats after remodeling.
Steve Nisbet, Jr. said it's the first store to feature the new McDonald's outside facade, a new modern look for downtown LaBelle, at State Road 80 and Bridge Street. Nisbet said, in a few years, all the franchise stores will have a similar design.
A large crowd assembled for the re-opening specials of 29-cent hamburgers and 39-cent cheeseburgers. Ronald McDonald greeted kids and adults alike handing out "I Met Ronald!" stickers. Courtesy cups of McDonald's newest coffee drinks were served.
Nisbet said in the fall, Nisbet Enterprises will be opening a new store in Indiantown, bringing the total stores owned by the family to four.
Among local officials attending, greeted by Steve Jr., Steve Sr., and Amanda Nisbet were LaBelle Mayor Paul Puletti and Hendry Commissioner Darrell Harris.
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