McDonald’s Restaurant in Iconic Cascade Heights Neighborhood Re-Opens with Hiring Efforts, New...

McDonald’s Restaurant in Iconic Cascade Heights Neighborhood Re-Opens with Hiring Efforts, New PlayPlace

Grand re-opening festivities to include children’s contests, prizes and raffle drawing for a free bike


One of Atlanta’s most cherished communities, Cascade Heights, is now home to a fully remodeled and refurbished McDonald’s restaurant located at 3670 Cascade Road, SW, which re-opened to the public on December 7.

The restaurant, now hiring smiling faces, will employ 20 staff members from the community under the direction of general manager Vera Hudson and area supervisor Salest Shaw. Company benefits include flexible schedules, advancement opportunities, college tuition assistance and world class training. Please submit your application online at

This McDonald’s includes a new, state-of-the-art PlayPlace with pogo sticks, slides and computer games. The fantastic dining room is customer service friendly with features like kiosks and mobile ordering.

The store will host a Grand Re-Opening party on Saturday, December 16, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. The party for children 12 years and under will include a coloring contest, a hula-hoop contest, a raffle drawing for a free bike, free goody bags and ice cream cones. Guests of all ages will be able to spin the wheel for a chance to win food prizes.

“It is a thrill to re-open the restaurant, provide jobs and host a place for families to gather in this historic, thriving community,” said John Palmaccio, McDonald’s Owner/Operator. This newly renovated restaurant will be a spectacular place for individuals, families and local business people to fellowship while enjoying McDonald’s menu classics such as Big Mac ®, All-Day Breakfast, Signature Crafted Recipes® Sandwiches, McCafé® Caramel Macchiato and other favorites.

In addition to new jobs and the celebration, the Palmaccio organization will present checks to two local children’s clubs that support the Cascade community—Andrew and Walter Young YMCA and the W.W. Woolfolk Boys & Girls Club.