WARSAW — David Meier, chief operating officer, Penguin Point Franchise Systems, has announced the winners of the 27th annual People Pleasers of the Year. The award is given to the one person in each location in appreciation for consistent dedication to people pleasing for both customers and associates.
Each associate in the restaurants cast a vote for the person whose attitude, dependability, initiative, quality of work, cooperation and customer relation skills best reflect the Penguin Point “People Pleaser” profile.
This award includes a cash bonus, a “People Pleaser” plaque, with their photo posted in the lobby and an honorary pin. The People Pleaser of the Year from Penguin Point, Center Street, Warsaw, was Ashley Alonzo.
Alonzo has been with the company more than a year. She enjoys reading and spending time with family.
“Ashley is a dedicated and hard working person,” said Manager Brett Devenney. “She is a staple at our location. We are extremely grateful to have her as a part of our team.”
The People Pleaser of the Year from Penguin Point, Detroit Street, Warsaw, was Chase Fuller.
Fuller spends his free time playing basketball and football with friends. His future plans include getting his own place and a new car.
Manager Amanda Wipple said, “Chase is an excellent cook. He is a joy to have as an associate.”
The People Pleaser of the Year from Penguin Point, Lake Street, Warsaw, was Tracey Flannery.
Flannery has been with the company 15 years. When she is not working, she enjoys reading and traveling. Flannery plans to continue to grow with the company, working towards her 25-year anniversary.
“It is a blessing to have Tracey as a part of our team,” said Manager Dee McKenzie. “She is dedicated and hard working.”