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Sonic Corporation (SONC) Message Board

  • bogeyamos bogeyamos Aug 5, 2009 12:57 PM Flag

    sonic WI

    1st sonic opened in Milwaukee suburb. 4 parking attendance needed to handle traffic 15. min wait for spot or drive thru

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    • Hell we need 6 lot attendants in Appleton, and it opened two weeks ago! Another one in Appleton opening soon!

    • Sonic in Appleton, WI opened today - neighbor said she waited 30 mins in the drive thru - I arrived at 700pm tonight and ended waiting 10 mins to get a parking stall. Food very good, fresh and filling.

    • Its slowing down a bit. Only two attendents needed to direct traffic. Odd, go to any Sonic in the deep south and you are lucky to see three cars. They open a couple up here at the north pole and its the new high school hangout. I think the kids perceive Sonic as a cool place, just because its new.

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      • This was not my recent experience in the Southwest and Midwest on a recent crosscountry drive. I tried to miss "happy hour" on purpose as I was nearly run over twice (two different locations) despite Sonc employees trying to get people to slow down and nearly had a truck back up into my truck as I tried to squeeze by the line for parking to leave after eating at a third location. As always I enjoyed my meal and my son loves the mango slushy drinks. I do not know how many Sonics have public bathrooms, the employees never turned my son away, guiding to the back through the kitchens to employee restrooms (now you know how we almost get run over) but if I have any complaint, it is that - no public bathrooms?! I hope Sonic will come to our neck of Penn's woods someday.

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