McDonald’s to hold Harmon grand reopening May 13

McDonald's will hold its grand reopening on May 13 at its Harmon location. Photo by PNC's Isaiah Aguon

JCA Guam LLC, which does business as McDonald’s of Guam & Saipan, will hold its grand reopening this Saturday for its Harmon location, after going under renovations several months ago.

At a recent VIP Night, Jose Ayuyu, the owner and president of McDonald’s of Guam & Saipan, shared with the Pacific News Center his excitement of reopening the Harmon location.

“I am very happy not just for myself but I am really happy for the community because it deserves this type of facility for a long time,” said Ayuyu. “I am just happy that starting today the community in the area will go into the restaurant and see something new on the island. So, we’re very excited with these new facilities because it costs a lot of money but I think it is worth the investment. Our community deserves it. I am just so happy to be able to deliver to them.”

Jose and Marcia Ayuyu, owners of JCA Guam LLC, which does business as McDonald’s of Guam & Saipan, talk with the Pacific News Center on April 27 at their Harmon location. Photo by PNC’s Khyomara Santana

Renovations started in December 2022 and wrapped up in late April 2023. 

The indoor seating and tables were designed by JBI Interiors with Nakoa Guam, which was the project contractor. 

Upgrades are: renovated dining room and restrooms, more than 100 indoor seatings for both 1st and 2nd floor, double drive thru side by side with outdoor digital menu boards, indoor digital menu boards, self order kiosks, renovated kitchen, and “Play Time” Play Place located on the 2nd floor, activities for children to enjoy.

Ribbon cutting, celebration cake, food sampling, balloon animals, face painting, and games are some of the activities people can expect at the grand reopening, which is scheduled from 3 to 5 pm on May 13 at McDonald’s in Harmon. 


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Isaiah Aguon, also known as Izzy, is news director for the Pacific News Center. He returned to PNC in April 2023, after leaving Sorensen Media Group about two years ago in April 2021. As news director, his duties include anchoring PNC's radio and television stations, producing news, and managing and editing PNC's digital and social media platforms. Aguon, 21, formerly worked at KUAM News as a television news anchor, show host, and multimedia journalist for more than a year. He previously worked for The Guam Daily Post, Marianas Business Journal, and Guam Business Magazine.