Ready to judge
They’ve trained for this moment. Now, WhataGames judges are ready to make the tough calls.
The judges of WhataGames are ready to sit (or perhaps order, quiz, and weigh) in judgment Wednesday as the 12th ever WhataGames kicks off.
They’ll weigh the fries. They’ll remember the facts. They’ll be fair, impartial -- and ready to make the tough calls.
Time Spent Training
Vanessa Benitez, a first-time judge, has been in training just like the teams: visiting her local store and reading through the Ops manual.
She’ll be a drive-thru customer at Get Your Grill On, and expects to place almost 100 orders over the next few days.
“I have goosebumps just thinking about seeing all of the excitement,” she says. She’s particularly eager to see the teams in action, since she often talks to operators in her work at the Contact Center. “I talk to them all the time, so I’m excited to see them do what they do.”
That excitement is still there for Danny Betts, who is attending his 12th WhataGames this year.
“Let me put it this way: I still cry,” he says. “You know how hard these people have worked for this moment, and you want to make the experience a good one. We work hard to do our jobs right, and we take it seriously.”