Jim Wagy helped to tear down his Gladstone McDonald’s in August. He has owned it since 2013 but it opened more than four decades ago.
Jim Wagy helped to tear down his Gladstone McDonald’s in August. He has owned it since 2013 but it opened more than four decades ago. Joyce Smith jsmith@kcstar.com
Jim Wagy helped to tear down his Gladstone McDonald’s in August. He has owned it since 2013 but it opened more than four decades ago. Joyce Smith jsmith@kcstar.com

Gladstone McDonald’s sets reopening with ‘endless’ fries offer; more Popeyes coming

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