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Lane Enterprises: One of Kansas’s earliest, family-owned McDonald’s Franchises.
Offering generations of families quality, friendly service at each hometown store.
Lane Enterprises gives back to the community in many ways. Recently, Lane Enterprises has partnered with local schools for McTeacher’s Night
As you drive by your neighborhood McDonald’s, it signals something in your brain; the taste of a hot French fry, the warmth of a cup of coffee, or the savory sweetness of sweet n’ sour sauce on a crispy nugget.
With his generous nature, Lane is happy to announce that he and his wife, Jen, will personally match the $100,000 grant, providing $200,000 to kick-start a capital campaign for Ronald McDonald House Charities Wichita to build a new 20-bedroom Ronald McDonald House.
McDONALD’S OWNER/OPERATOR BOB LANE DONATES $100,000 TO RMHC
More than 1,300 RMHC leaders and guests came together to recognize Lane at the annual Awards of Excellence in Rosemont, IL where Bob announced that $300,000 will benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities Wichita.
In 1917, 15-year-old Ray Kroc lied about his age to join the Red Cross as an ambulance driver, but the war ended before he completed his training. He then worked as a piano player, a paper cup salesman and a Multimixer salesman.
In 1954, he visited a restaurant in San Bernardino, California that had purchased several Multimixers. There he found a small but successful restaurant run by brothers Dick and Mac McDonald, and was stunned by the effectiveness of their operation. They produced a limited menu, concentrating on just a few items – burgers, fries and beverages – which allowed them to focus on quality and quick service.
They were looking for a new agent and Kroc saw an opportunity. In 1955, he founded McDonald’s System, Inc., a predecessor of the McDonald’s Corporation, and six years later bought the exclusive rights to the McDonald’s name. By 1958, McDonald’s had sold its 100 millionth hamburger.