His name is Pietro Luparello, 37 years old and is an agrigentino doc. He left the sun of the Valley of the Temples in 2007. He filled his suitcase with clothes and flew away, away from Agrigento. Pietro brought with him a baggage full of expectations, but he did not forget the regret of leaving the luggage inside, even an important load of regret. It is never easy to leave, Pietro knows it well.
For all it is the accountant, so Pietro Luparello, finds space in the world of McDonald's. His first assignment is in Somma Lombardo, in the province of Varese. And that's where Pietro started his career in the world of the American fast food chain. Pietro Luparello, with his head down and leveraging meritocracy, plays the role of manager until 2016.
The company chooses to invest in the Agrigento area, promoting it as director. Today Pietro Luparello lives in Castelletto Ticino in the province of Novara and is, in fact, the director of McDonald's of Borgomanero.
Pietro Luparello, after so much apprenticeship, received an important prize. In fact, the Agrigento, is the best director of McDonald's of Italy. The 37-year-old received the "Ray Kroc Award", which is an award dedicated to the man who introduced McDonald's to the world, an international award given to McDonald's restaurant directors every year, which, in addition to distinguishing itself for having brought excellent results, have demonstrated in the field to live and represent the values of the McDonald's culture: attention to the customer, ability to build and motivate a close-knit work team, constant commitment to achieve business objectives and an innovative approach to work.
A jury selects 1% of McDonald's restaurant directors who have shown particular passion and dedication to their work and an unquestionable commitment to working with staff and customers.
The Agrigento, in fact, will fly to Orlando, Florida, at the Worldwide Convention, the congress that brings together all the major McDonald's operators worldwide. An important recognition that rewards the work of Pietro Luparello. Agrigento is far away, the suitcase full of regret has made room for satisfaction and the desire to ask more and more
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