A study ranks Wyoming fifth in the nation as one of the best places to do business. The ranking was done by Pollina Corporate Real Estate. Mark Willis of the Wyoming business council says Wyoming’s ranking is a testament to its pro-business commitment.
Locally, Gillette is receiving its praise as a great place to do business. Gillette Mayor Tom Murphy talks about the process of bringing in the Skyline Westover McDonalds:
“The gentleman in charge of this project, and several others like it for the McDonalds Corporation, came to me after City Council Meeting six weeks ago and commended the City of Gillette and its staff for (being) efficient and friendly, and (for the) great customer service he received. He told me he was making that point because he goes to communities all over this nation and that this was the best community he had dealt with.”---Murphy
Murphy said he was very impressed with that feedback and glad to pass it on to city staff. He is happy to see Gillette continue to build the reputation as a great place to do business.
“We asked Carter Napier, our city administrator, and staff to make things more efficient for commercial property and commercial investment, and they have done so; and its evident by this gentleman’s comments.”---Murphy
The Skyline and Westover McDonalds could be open for business by the end of the year.