Chamber Celebrates Opening Of New McDonald’s In Fulton

FULTON, NY – Members of the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce joined city officials, local dignitaries and a representative from the city of Fulton Fire Department in celebrating the grand opening of the new McDonald’s in Fulton with a ribbon cutting to mark the occasion.

Located at South Fourth and Burt streets, the new McDonald’s is open 24 hours and features McCafe Coffee Products and a side-by-side double drive thru.

As part of their grand opening celebration, McDonald’s customers can register for weekly drawings for great prizes such as $200 gifts cards from McDonald’s, Wal-Mart, P&C Grocery Stores, and a $200 gas card.

Ribbon cut at new Fulton McDonald's
Ribbon cut at new Fulton McDonald's

There will also be a drawing for a flat screen TV.

McDonald’s offers daily and weekly food specials; see store for details.

For more information on the new Fulton McDonald’s, call 593-2096 or visit

Pictured from left are: Pam Taormina of the chamber; Adam Briggs; Cheryl Schotz; Jessica Briggs; Gerry Briggs; Fulton city councilor Daryl Hayden; general manager Scott Briggs; Ann Goldstein; Fulton city councilor Bob Weston; restaurant owner Paul Ross; Fulton Mayor, Ronald Woodward; Fulton CDA representative, Jan Rebeor; Oswego County Legislator Louella LeClair; Sandy Farrands; Diane Burnell; Executive Director of the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber, Beth Hilton; Fulton City Fire Chief Anthony Gorea; Mark Coppola; Danielle Hayden of the Chamber; and Jacob Burke of  New Visions Law.

Also present were Fulton city councilor Tom Kenyon; Richard Goldstein; Fulton city councilor Russ Hayden; and Irv Schotz.