Tracey A. and Reginald O. Jones

Give Love. Give Hope. Give Opportunity.

Together, long-time McDonald’s Owner-Operators Tracey and Reginald Jones have built their success upon a foundation of integrity, faith, hope and love. The guiding values that they share have been the compass by which their personal and professional lives have been navigated.

Reginald, a native of Prichard, Alabama, was an exemplary soldier in the United States Army, where he was not only a leader of leaders, but also highly decorated and honorably discharged. This experience set the stage for the highly rewarding and enriching ascension he would later make through the ranks of corporate America.

It was on this journey where Reginald was unified with his strongly supportive and deeply encouraging business partner, best friend, and wife, Tracey. Together Tracey and Reginald have established an extraordinarily knowledgeable, powerful, and respectful organization.

Tracey received her Bachelor of General Studies Degree with Distinction from Indiana University and Reginald graduated Magna Cum Laude from Martin University with a Bachelor of Science Degree with a dual major.

Their resounding success in tough inner-city restaurants has been extremely challenging, but very rewarding. To date, their organization has produced two Ray Kroc Award recipients, eleven Outstanding Restaurant Manager Award winners, their middle management team has earned the much sought-after Middle Management Award, and their organization was honored to be awarded with a Crew Person of the Year Award. In addition, their organization has earned the coveted McDonald’s Ronald Award, and the prestigious McDonald’s Alpha Award. The Joneses are proud recipients of the McDonald’s Award of Excellence.

As civic and community minded individuals, the Joneses have been recognized not only for their unique method of success, but also their unwavering character. Their lists of honors are numerous, which include a Certificate of Appreciation for Community and Business Endurance from the United States Department of Commerce and awards from Indiana Black Expo, the NAACP, and the State of Indiana.

Tracey was instrumental in founding the Legacy of Love Scholarship to honor her late sister, Marcella R. Stewart. This special scholarship program benefits children from the Indianapolis Ronald McDonald House program, the Institute in Basic Life Principles (IBLP) and Jewel Christian Academy.

Tracey and Reginald have seven remarkable children; Reginald O. Jr., Antoine D., Andrew O., Hannah C., Amanda S., Regina A., and Rebecca G. Jones.

Through all their success and victories, Tracey and Reginald realize that they are truly blessed by God through Christ Jesus.

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