About The Wolfe Enterprises

Gina and Tony Wolfe, founders of Wolfe Enterprises, are second-generation McDonald’s franchise owners and operators. Gina’s parents, Tony and Carol Bastone, opened Columbia’s first McDonald’s restaurant in 1974. Gina and Tony trained to become operators in 1991 and have grown their business footprint to 12 locations in 9 cities, Columbia, Spring Hill, Mt. Pleasant, Cornersville, Hohenwald, Lawrenceburg, Pulaski, Waynesboro, and Ardmore, AL. Gina also serves as President of the Greater Tennessee Valley Operators Association (GTVOA) Cooperative.

Wolfe Enterprises employs more than 400 people, and is passionate about investing in the lives of their team members.

“The most important thing is our people, our employees. We have great products, but it’s all about people. It’s about people who are behind the counter and people who are your loyal customers and friends in this community. It’s a blessing for us to be involved in the community and give back” Gina Wolfe

Wolfe Enterprises has been the recipient of numerous awards from McDonald’s Corporation, including the prestigious Ronald Award, and the family has previously been recognized for their local philanthropy.

The Wolfe’s have served on the Board for several local organizations including The King’s Daughters’ School, The Youth Educational Foundation, and First Farmers and Merchants Bank, Columbia Academy’s President’s Council, March of Dimes, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and Columbia State Community College Foundation.