McDonald’s, like other many fast-food outlets, started delivering orders soon after Level 4 started. But now the company CEO, Greg Solomon hopes for further relaxation of the rules. The company hopes to convince the government that providing drive-thru services can be done safely.
McDonald’s opens more store for delivery, but hope for Drive-thru permissions
On May 20, The McDonald’s SA Twitter account tweeted that they plan on reopening a lot more stores for delivery. But in Level 3, Solomon hopes for permissions to extend to drive-thru services. He told ENCA, “We’ve humble and we’re thankful for opening up delivery but it’s just over 10% of our total business, it is almost like taking our eight million customers a month and saying go use delivery,'”
We are delivering more lovin’ to you by opening up additional McDonald's delivery restaurants😁We know you've missed ordering your favourite meals on our menu and we heard you fam!🍟🍔👊🏽 See below for an updated restaurant list or visit https://t.co/LNLw8F8pyI for more info. pic.twitter.com/Y25JTlzC62— McDonald's SA (@McDonalds_SA) May 20, 2020
Business not sustainable as a delivery option only
While the CEO of McDonald’s mentioned to ENCA that as it stands they can’t “sustain delivery” for much longer, will Cyril Ramaphosa’s stake help them with their pleas?
The South African.com Website suggests the president might be listening:
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