We’re loving your inspiring stories about Crew members who always go the extra mile.

All superheroes have one thing in common: they are known for saving lives of those around them. When a Crew member suddenly collapsed at a Tulsa, Oklahoma, restaurant, fellow Crew member, Alfredo, jumped into action, immediately starting chest compressions.

Alfredo is a HUGE soccer fan. So, imagine his surprise when his favorite local team showed up to present him with a personalized jersey signed by each player and box seats to a game, thanks to Owner/Operator Bobby Wagner. Alfredo even got a shout-out at half-time!

“16 years old, and you’re out here saving lives. What a champ!”

Thank you, Alfredo!

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The inviting Crew at Vestavia Hills, Alabama is what makes McDonald’s so special. They take everyday, ordinary moments with customers and turn them into magical experiences. To thank Crew for being thoughtful, present and in the moment with customers, Owner/Operator, Jamie Black, celebrated with a party and waterpark tickets to make memories with their own families too.
With an infectious smile and a positive attitude to boot, Gabe has worked at McDonald’s for two years, since he was 16 years old. He’s known for his fast and accurate service, and for being an inspiration to all customers while on shift in Homewood, Alabama.
Compassionate. Sensitive. Understanding. These are just a few words that describe Matt, who goes above and beyond to look out for his customers in Rochester, New York, going so far as to bringing drinks out to this favorite customer’s car:
Love for the McDonald’s Crew in Chula Vista, California, starts at a young age; for 7-year-old Ariany, she penned her “heroes” at McDonald’s a sweet letter of thanks:
All superheroes have one thing in common: they are known for saving lives of those around them. When a Crew member suddenly collapsed at a Tulsa, Oklahoma, restaurant, fellow Crew member, Alfredo, jumped into action, immediately starting chest compressions.
Lily has been the heart and soul of her team in Florence, South Carolina, for the last decade. As a passionate NASCAR fan, the Owner/Operators of the Greater Carolinas surprised Lily with the encounter of a lifetime when racing legend, Kurt Busch, crashed her shift and gave her tickets for a NASCAR experience she’ll never forget:
For some, 25 years is just a number. For Jamie, it’s 25 years of smiles, good vibes and being a wonderful start to her customers’ days. The Owner/Operators of the Costa Enterprises organization and its executive staff celebrated 25 years of Jamie at their Bluewater Bay, Florida, McDonald’s with cake and a special lunch where they unveiled a plaque in her honor.
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