Danielle Kenler is one of only 70 Canadian employees chosen to work at the McDonald’s global franchisee convention in Florida. Her boss and the owner of the Trans-Canada restaurant, George Sheard, will also be there. (GRANT HAMILTON/BRANDON SUN)
A Brandon McDonald’s employee is getting a trip to Florida this week, thanks to her work at the restaurant.
Danielle Kenler, who works at the Trans-Canada Highway location, is one of just 70 Canadian employees attending the McDonald’s franchisee worldwide convention, held April 2326 in Orlando.
"We're thrilled that she will be representing Canada at this worldwide McDonald's event," said George Sheard, who owns that franchise and will also be at the convention.
Sheard said that Kenler was chosen from 80,000 McDonald’s Canada employees for her exceptional teamwork and customer service. In Orlando, she’ll work alongside employees from all over the world to serve more than 15,000 people at the convention.
But it’s not all work. The conventional also includes performances by Kelly Clarkson, Seal and Keith Urban.
"I’m very proud to work at McDonald’s and I am constantly amazed by the number of opportunities I get thanks to this job," Kenler said. "I’m honoured to be recognized by McDonald’s and I can’t wait to meet other employees from around the world and live this unique experience."
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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition April 26, 2012