Moapa Valley Progress
After undergoing a complete remodel at their McDonald’s store located at 190 E. Pioneer in Mesquite in 2016, the Price family has excitedly announced that they have now installed new kiosks that will improve service to customers.
The kiosks, which will allow customers to order and pay for their meals without standing in long lines, is a new feature being utilized at several fast food chains nationwide.
“Our customers will be able to order their meals and customize them with ease,” said co-owner Dave Price. “We’re going to be able to do a lot more for them with the new system.”
While the kiosks only take electronic payment with cards or apps, cash customers will still be greeted with a smile from the traditional counter staff that has been the norm for the Price’s 24 years of business in Mesquite.
To kick off the new features, the Pioneer location will be celebrating with ten days of specials. They will be giving away a brand new Samsung Tablet each day to one of their lucky customers who use a kiosk.
“You can order several times through the kiosk each day to get an entry into the drawing,” Price said.
In addition to the kiosks, McDonald’s is now promoting a new table service feature, which will eliminate the need for customers to have to revisit the counter to get their food. Now, the food will be taken to their table.
As always, Mc Donald’s will be providing free Wi-Fi and friendly customer service to all visitors. The Pioneer store and the other store on Mesquite Boulevard were both honored with the Best of Mesquite contest earlier this year based on customer votes.
There will be different food specials each day from Oct. 18 to Oct. 27 ranging from free Happy Meals to free Chicken Tenders. To see a full list of specials, visit the store.
Other notable events through the celebration include a Ronald McDonald Show on Wednesday, Oct. 18 from 6 – 8 p.m. in the parking lot in front of the store.
Another event will be a fundraiser on Monday, Oct. 23 from 5-7 p.m. when a portion of all sales will be collected to go towards the new gym that is nearing completion for Virgin Valley High School.
“We try and give back to the community every chance we get,” Price said. “If it weren’t for the community support, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do to make a difference.”