WHEELING — A local sister-brother team is being recognized by McDonald’s Corp. for outstanding commitment to community.
Amanda Stoltz-Moore and her brother Bob Stoltz own and operate 12 McDonald’s restaurants across the Ohio Valley. They were lauded by franchisees and corporate officials from across McDonald’s vast U.S. system during a recent convention in Las Vegas.
“The backbone of the McDonald’s brand has always been our strong values,” said Lauren Schultz, vice president of the McDonald’s Columbus Field Office. “I’m proud to recognize Amanda and Bob, who demonstrate McDonald’s commitment to community every day.”
The two are well known supporters of many worthy causes including the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference, the McDonald’s OVAC All-Star marching band, and numerous schools across the region.
Based in Wheeling, the family employs more than 700 local residents in a variety of part- and full-time positions. Every employee is eligible for college scholarships, tutoring for English as a second language, career counseling and other support of their educational goals.
Wheeling residents, they are both longtime sponsors of the MAC Grants For Teachers program that provides cash grants for local middle school teachers. Because they are also strongly committed to Ronald McDonald House Charities, they regularly conduct fundraisers and pop-top collections for the philanthropy.
“Actions are bigger than words,” Bob Stoltz said. “We love this area and strive to be good neighbors across the Ohio Valley every day.”
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