From left to right: Larry Tate, supervisor of Almond's store, Almond Davis, general manager of the Waters & Eisenhower store, Nina Gompels, owner operator of the Waters & Eisenhower store and Ronald McDonald. (Source: McDonald's)
McDonald's is giving away cars as part of an incentive program in which managers are awarded tickets based on reaching a variety of established targets.
Tickets were entered into a raffle and five lucky winners were drawn. Each of the five managers was given a set of a keys and one of them started the brand new Ford Fiesta with all taxes paid for courtesy of the Savannah Co-Op.
Four managers who did not have the winning keys were given $500 checks in appreciation for their hard work. The owner-operators of the Savannah McDonald's were excited to give away the car to Almond Davis, a hardworking general manager at the McDonald's at Waters Avenue and Eisenhower Drive in Savannah.
Almond Davis just celebrated his 4th anniversary working for Nina Gompels at NTG Enterprises and owner of the McDonald's where he works.
Prior to coming to Savannah, Davis had work at a McDonald's in Walterboro. Davis is active in the ministry at his church and in his community.
"Almond is great at recognizing his staff and helping them strive to reach their potential by balancing encouragement and discipline. He actively develops his team by being a great coach and offering inspiration to them. He shares a great smile and kind words of appreciation and care with his customers! We're lovin' Almond and his new car as he deserves this great gift after his hard work in hitting targets," said Gompels in a statement.