Local Big Mac flipper to serve world’s best at 2010 Olympics | DrumhellerMail
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Last updateTue, 17 May 2022 5pm

Local Big Mac flipper to serve world’s best at 2010 Olympics

A hard working, top-performing employee of the Drumheller McDonald’s will be serving the world’s best Big Macs in Vancouver after being chosen to work at any one  of three on-site McDonald’s in the 2010 Olympic Athlete’s Village.Danielle Brisebois, 17, found out in July she would undergo a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be part of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic games, with a round-trip flight to Vancouver and on-site accommodation.
“I was so surprised when I found out – going to the Games is what most people dream of,” said the Crew Trainer who has worked with McDonald’s for three years. “I take great pride in working at McDonald’s, and I’m honoured to represent my local restaurant and country as a member of the Olympic Champion Crew.”
In her position with McDonald’s, Brisebois enjoys the people sh e works with, the atmosphere, and how every day is different than the last. She says it’s a good starter job which teaches responsibility.
She plans on staying with the restaurant until she attends post-secondary school next year. Brisebois attended St. Anthony’s School and graduated this year.
Included in her trip to the games in Vancouver, Brisebois also has the opportunity to attend a select Olympic event, she’s hoping for the gold medal hockey game, and participate in recreational, sightseeing, and cultural activities.
The Olympic Champion Crew are selected from the 77,000 McDonald’s Canada employees for excellence in teamwork and customer service.
“It’s pretty exciting, but I’m nervous to be working with the best-of-the-best of McDonald’s employees,” Brisebois said.mc-donalds.jpg

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