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WENDY’S TO HOLD GRAND OPENING NEXT WEEK

The newest Wendy’s in the state of Alabama located at 320 West Bypass will open for business on Thursday, April 8th and customers will be in for a real treat.  

 

The newest Wendy’s features the “Smart 1.0” building design. The restaurant uses innovative design elements to enhance the Wendy’s restaurant environment and dining experience for guests. The new Wendy’s features an open kitchen design which provides guests a unique inside look at their food as it is being prepared and the dining area features a variety of mixed-use seating types.

 

“We are incredibly excited and proud of the new Wendy’s restaurant and brand experience we are bringing to Andalusia, we think residents and visitors alike will just love it” said Brian McDaniel, SVP Carlisle, a leading franchisee of the Wendy’s Company.  “We invite everyone to come check out their new Wendy’s.  We look forward to be a vibrant and visible member of the Andalusia community for many years to come.”

 

Carlisle is a Memphis-based, family founded and operated specialty-hospitality company owning over 160 Wendy’s restaurants across 8 states in the Southeast. Carlisle Wendy’s restaurants are well known for delivering world class service and great tasting food to their guests. Carlisle’s operational excellence and leadership have been recognized throughout the years by Wendy’s. 

There will be an official ribbon-cutting ceremony with the local chamber of commerce starting at 10 a.m., on Thursday, April 8th.  Everyone is invited to come join in the festivities on the opening day.  There will be a raffle with some great prizes, along with giveaways and refreshments.

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