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McDonald's Honors Three Northern Nevada Employees For Increasing Sales And Service In Local Restaurants

Mineral County Independent-News of Hawthorne, Nevada

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(Reno, NV, March 11, 2011) - Three McDonald's employees from the Northern Nevada area have been recognized by the McDonald's Corporation for increasing service and sales at their local restaurants. Ana Martines from Battle Mountain, Paula Bill from Winnemucca, and Yoicelyn Contreras from Hawthorne each participated in a three month contest from October to December of 2010. Over 4500 restaurants in the McDonald's Western Division competed to see which restaurants could improve sales and guest counts in their individual restaurants. These three women were recognized for being in the top 1% all three months in the most improved category. The McDonald's Western Division includes all the western United States, including Texas and Hawaii.

"These three women are fantastic employees for McDonald's, and we are thrilled that they are being recognized by the company for their hard work and dedication to the brand," said Christopher Kassity, a McDonald's owner and operator from Carson City. "Through hard work and flawless execution of strategic business practices, these employees have shown their peers, our employees, and their communities how to achieve success. We are very proud of their efforts, and congratulate them on this extraordinary achievement."

Each of the three managers also received cash awards of $500 per month for being in the top 1% during each month of the competition.

By qualifying all three months, these winners became semi-finalists for the grand prize of a new 2011 Ford Mustang Convertible being awarded at the Combined Managers/Owner's Rally in Las Vegas this week. Out of forty-three finalists competing for the prize, five managers were named as finalists, with Martines and Bill being two of the five. Unfortunately, neither one received the grand prize, but each finalist received a new iPad for being runners-up in the competition.

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Original Publication Date: March 17, 2011

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