Albert sent a message to Steve Easterbrook- CEO of McDonald’s – email address that said:
It is rare indeed that I have the opportunity to extol the virtues of an employee in America today, such as it is. A longtime fan/regular of McDonalds (close to my then residence was among the first McDonalds nationwide on Route 4, Fair Lawn, n.j., when hamburgers sold still measured in the millions – 15 cents for a hamburger, 10 cents for French fries, and 10 cents for a coke). Here, in your Chula Vista, California location I parked with some contiguous utility work being performed such that upon leaving I placed my backpack with laptop computer, smartphone, etc., on the opposite side of the car from the encroaching utility work, and neglected to retrieve same in my haste to get to my scheduled destination / appointment.
Upon realization of same a relatively short time thereafter, I hopefully returned to the McDonalds and was amazed to find that such ‘easily translatable to cash’ items intact along with the backpack. That laudable employee, who found and secured such as referenced above, Reygie, at your 2254 Otay Lakes Road, Chula Vista, California store also happens to have been, not surprisingly, recognizable as an extremely diligent employee, regardless of assigned task, mundane or not.
Such diligence and honesty should be rewarded, encouraged, and retained.