After an enjoyable visit with Lander’s Mayor, City Staff and Police Officers in July, the local McDonald’s team decided to bring some coffee and smiles to Riverton’s City Hall in August.

Owner Tim Postel greeted people at the door, asking most what they do for the City.

Tony Tolstedt, Riverton’s City Administrator introduced the City’s Network Systems Analyst. “When things go wrong, Adam Wyrick fixes them,” shared Tony.

Tim laughed, “well I’m good at breaking things, so pleased to meet you!”

Someone asked why McDonald’s was bringing coffee today and Craig Postel, the Supervisor for the McDonald’s locations in Fremont County answered that “We just like to make people smile and say thank you for what you’re doing in our community. There’s so much garbage out there, it’s just fun to make people smile.”

RPD Chief Eric Murphy shared a cup of coffee with Tim and asked for feedback on his Department’s service. Tim complimented RPD on their professionalism and response to various situations. Chief Murphy told the McDonald’s team that his wife had actually worked for Bob Luck, the previous owner of the Riverton and Lander McDonald’s locations. “She was only 15 or so, but it was a really positive experience for her.”

The morning ended with a tour through the Police Department and City Offices.