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''God Bless America and the Golden Arches''-- S.Z.

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God Bless America and the Golden Arches is an interesting book with a profound message. The story touches upon various facets of human life and does a great job of portraying them. It will appeal to the readers of different age groups and preferences. The book also provides food for though.

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God Bless America and the Golden Arches is the life story of Steve Zafiris, who came to USA at the age of 16. Upon his arrival in the US, he stayed in Chicago and got introduced to a restaurant business through his uncle, a brother of his father. Steve goes on to learn the nuances of the industry to become a successful businessman. The book extols many virtues such as the will to succeed and perseverance. It also highlights how people can change the course of their life with their determination and grit. The book is written in a simple and easy to understand language. It will appeal to a wide range of readers. It presents various complex emotions in a simple manner to aid understanding. The book is appealing and will keep its readers mesmerized till the end. It provides a positive and vibrant outlook about life and provides food for thought to its readers. It is an intelligent book that provides various nuggets of wisdom without being preachy.

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God Bless America and the Golden Arches is an intelligent book with an interesting take on life. It shows how people can take charge of their lives and make the best of the opportunities provided to them. The book is written by Steve Zafiris and is an autobiographical account of his life. The writer weaves a magical web with his words and keeps the readers entertained and entranced throughout the book. The book is a must read for any person who is looking to bring about positive changes in their lives. It is inspirational and touching at the same time. The writer can provide a natural flow to the book, which makes for an interesting read. This paperback edition book will make a good addition to any library. To get this product, you can place the order online. The ISBN-10 number is 146289965X and the ISBN-13 number is 978-1462899654.

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  • Xlibris Corporation
Product Details
Language English
Publication Date October 17, 2011
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Contributor(s) Steve Zafiris
Binding Paperback
Page Count 264
ISBN 10 146289965X
ISBN 13 9781462899654
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 340.2 grams
Product Dimensions 15.2 cm x 1.7 cm x 22.9 cm
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  1. 1 of 2 people found this review helpful
     The book for McDonald lovers! 16 December, 2013 On
    Steve Zafiris was bitten by the American dream when, as an 11-year-old in Greece, he saw a film in school about the United States. What struck him, he writes in “God Bless America and the Golden Arches” – S.Z. was the image of a young girl eating an apple.

    For a young boy who had spent his life poor and hungry in a rural Greek village, suffering through World War II and subsequent political upheaval, that apple – he had never seen one before – was an epiphany. “Someday, I thought to myself, I’m going to have a whole bag of apples.”

    He did better than that. Zafiris came to the U.S. at 16, penniless but with a dream to succeed. He wound up owning nine McDonald’s franchises and having two prosperous families – his own and his McDonald’s family.

    Though the book is a retelling of the now-familiar American success story — someone starts with nothing and achieves the good life through hard work and dedication — it’s fun to hear it told with the enthusiasm Zafiris brings to the table. At times he comes across as a McDonald’s cheerleader, but under the circumstances – considering what the company did for him and his family – that’s understandable.

    Written with the help of longtime friend and former McDonald’s executive Al Cole, this memoir is an easy read. The two authors have avoided overloading the reader with corporate information. Instead, Zafiris tells us his life story, which he says he is doing for his children and grandchildren. The reader doesn’t need to be a relative – or even a McDonald’s customer – to appreciate what Zafiris achieved.
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