Laurel Resident and Employee Earns McDonald's National Ray Kroc Award

Aasma Naz, McDonald’s restaurant manager at the Fort Meade McDonald’s (3382 New Laurel/Ft. Meade Rd., Laurel, MD) has been named a 2013 Ray Kroc Award winner. 


Each year, the prestigious Ray Kroc Award is given to only the top one percent of McDonald’s USA restaurant managers to recognize their superior performance and achievement.  As a recipient of the Ray Kroc Award, Naz will receive a prize package including a $2,500 cash award from McDonald’s Corp., a distinguished lapel pin, and recognition at an awards banquet in Chicago.  Aasma Naz is the sole 2013 recipient of this award in the Greater Baltimore area.


Founder Ray Kroc built the McDonald’s business on the belief that greatness can only be achieved through the dedication and support of a Company’s people.  The award is based on their commitment to people and recognizing their contributions to the organization they helped establish.  McDonald’s franchisees and/or regional staff nominate restaurant managers for the Ray Kroc Award to recognize their hard work, dedication and commitment to McDonald’s. 


“Aasma’s exceptional dedication to her customers and crew is what makes her a valued member of McDonald’s,” said Scott Rardin, McDonald’s Owner/Operator. “She is a true leader who goes above and beyond what is required of her and we feel very lucky to have her at McDonald’s.”


The McDonald's Managers Ray Kroc Award is based on achieving superior results in selected areas of performance.   Recipients must be able to show clear evidence of their excellence in quality, service, cleanliness, people, and sales.  As captain of the restaurant team, the Ray Kroc Award Manager must also show a decrease in employee turnover and significant and steady sales increases.  


Naz currently lives in Laurel and has been with McDonald's for the past 12 years and was also a recipient of the Ray Kroc Award in 2009. She has made supporting the Laurel community and schools a top priority and works diligently to ensure that the high quality service standards she expects are being delivered to the community.  She is known for thinking outside the box about how she can take her team and business to the next level.
Dudeindacorner January 18, 2014 at 02:32 PM
Funny,,, I avoid this McDonalds because the food quality is really bad,, I go past this Micky D and go to the North Laurel Micky D. Their quality is way above.


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