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Wendy’s cuts ribbon on Jackson Heights location

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Dec. 6, 2016 Staff Report

Wendy’s officially opened its Jackson Heights store Tuesday, representing its 11th fast food outlet in Queens.

The Jackson Heights operation, located on corner of Broadway and 73rd Street, is nearly 5,000 square feet, with a ground floor ordering area and second floor seating.

The store had a soft opening yesterday with an official ribbon cutting at 1 pm today.

The Jackson Heights operation is owned by Briad WenCo LLC, which has the franchise to all 11 Wendy’s stores in Queens.

The Queens locations are managed by Malone Biswas who was at the ribbon cutting today.

Biswas was joined by Richard Heckler, Director of Operations at Briad WenCo, Thomas Grech, Executive Director of the Queens Chamber of Commerce, Brendan Leavy, the Chamber’s Business Development Manager, and representatives of local elected officials.

The employees at the Jackson Heights outlet had been training at the Rego Park, Middle Village and Whitestone locations prior to the opening.

Wendy’s operates at the following Queens locations:

72-32 Broadway, Jackson Heights
44-16 Queens Blvd, Sunnyside
69-02 Northern Blvd, Woodside
61-11 Fresh Pond Rd, Middle Village
90-13 Metropolitan Ave, Rego Park
133-50 Whitestone Expressway, Flushing
138-42 Jamaica Ave, Jamaica
155-33 Jamaica Ave, Jamaica
150th Ave JFK Travel Plaza, Jamaica
219-44 Hillside Ave, Queens Village
220-06 Northern Blvd, Bayside

Thomas Grech cutting the ribbon, bisd far right

Thomas Grech cutting the ribbon, Malone Biswas far right

Note: Wendy’s is an advertiser of the Jackson Heights Post.

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Bran

Incompetent district manager, terrible location. At least the employees in the store are ok.

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Ron Schaum

Thank God.I live in Fresh Meadows and since Flushing MainSt,Kissena Blvd.and Elmhurst closed years ago I really have missed the great food and service always provided at Wendys.

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