“From small children to senior citizens, this interactive display is used frequently,” said Candace Spiel, a McDonald’s owner/operator. “Because it is easy to use and navigate, whatever the level of our customers’ computer skills, they are able to use the display to learn more about this McDonald’s franchise and how they can be green in their personal lives.”
“Providing a public display such as this allows us to share what makes a sustainable building, and it gets everyone motivated to change their actions towards sustainability," said Jeff Rusch of Gronen Properties, facilities manager of the Roshek building.
“Everyone’s overall reaction to the dashboard has definitely brought the WOW factor to a new level,” said Ric Richards of Richards Advantage, Inc., a McDonald’s owner/operator. “The touch screen hits customers right in the face when they walk in the restaurant. It’s so unique and different; people are walking right up and touching the dashboard right away.”
“We’re delighted with the product both technically and artistically. It’s so gratifying to see kids interacting with the dashboard and learning how we are helping our environment,” Scott Reinhart, assistant director of Carroll County Public Library.
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