Wendys Is Leaving Eugene Springfield

Dated: 01/19/2015

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Eugene, Ore. — Wendy’s confirmed restaurants in the Eugene and Springfield area are closing for good, leaving dozens without jobs.Employees we spoke with say the announcement was unexpected and they only found out Saturday about the plans to close.In a statement sent to KEZI, the company says it has chosen to end its relationship with the local franchisee. A media spokesperson says the decision was made because the franchisee wasn’t meeting the obligations of his agreement.“It’s surprising to me that a big chain like that will close down, but really I just feel bad for the employees because apparently they don’t have a job after today,” said Michael McAllister, a Wendy’s customer.There are five restaurants in Eugene-Springfield area, some which have already closed. The spokesperson says the company hopes to open restaurants in the area again in the future.

I really don't visit fast food often, but Wendy's was always my pick if I had to! No more Frosty's? :(

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