Mc­Don­ald’s un­der new own­er­ship

Kent County News - - REAL ESTATE & BUSINESS -

— Mc­Don­ald’s has an­nounced that lo­ca­tions in Kent and Queen Anne’s coun­ties are now un­der new own­er­ship.

A news re­lease states the restau­rants in Stevensville, Cen­tre­ville and Ch­ester­town were sold to the Me­oli Com­pa­nies last month. Owner Mike Me­oli has owned and op­er­ated Mc­Don­ald’s restau­rants on the East­ern Shore since 1991.

He has been rec­og­nized with many re­gional and na­tional cor­po­rate awards, in­clud­ing the Golden Arch Award which rec­og­nizes the top 1 per­cent of own­ers and op­er­a­tors in the world, ac­cord­ing to the re­lease.

“Tak­ing over this mar­ket is a tremen­dous op­por­tu­nity for us. We will be in­volved and are com­mit­ted to sup­port­ing the com­mu­ni­ties where our restau­rants op­er­ate,” Me­oli said in a state­ment.

Me­oli is a se­cond-gen­er­a­tion owner and op­er­a­tor. He is the cur­rent pres­i­dent of the East­ern Shore Ad- ver­tis­ing As­so­ci­a­tion.

The Me­oli Com­pa­nies cur­rently op­er­ates 17 Mc­Don­ald’s restau­rants across the Del­marva Penin­sula.

“Pri­or­ity one will be an ag­gres­sive com­mit­ment to­ward staffing and com­pet­i­tive com­pen­sa­tion at these three lo­ca­tions,” Me­oli said. “Ad­di­tion­ally, we cur­rently of­fer high school diploma com­ple­tion, col­lege tu­ition as­sis­tance and English lan­guage learn­ing skills through McDon­alds ‘Arch­ways to Op­por­tu­nity’ pro­gram.”

The re­lease states the Stevensville and Cen­tre­ville lo­ca­tions are now of­fer­ing po­si­tions start­ing at $11 an hour with open avail­abil­ity. After an em­ployee has worked 60 days, there is a $200 bonus and an ad­di­tional $200 bonus is avail­able for em­ploy­ees who stay 120 days or longer.

To learn how to ap­ply for a po­si­tion in the Kent or Queen Anne’s Mc­Don­ald’s or for more in­for­ma­tion, visit www. mcdon­­reers.

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