Sonic Corp. franchisee adds sustainability features to northwest Oklahoma City operation

Published Friday, July 20, 2018
by Jack Money

Lettuce, pickles and limes aren't the only green things you'll find at a Sonic that opened this month in northwest Oklahoma City.

The owner of a recently opened Sonic on N Rockwell just south of NW 150 invested some extra money up front to add some sustainable energy features to its operations.

Franchisee Jay Jirous said he incorporated the upgrades to save the operation money over the long run by conserving electricity, water and natural gas.

Read the full article in The Oklahoman.

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