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    Expanding an Opportunity Globally During the mid- 1930s two brother changed how a small town drive-in restaurant can expand nationally and international. The McDonald brothers, Richard and Maurice founded the McDonald’s restaurant. The McDonald “brothers developed food processing and assembly line techniques” which in later years expanded globally (Vignali, 2001). The innovative way of preparing, serving, and selling food began in California. Since the 1920’s, California has been known as a tourist city. The city features many cultural events, galleries, and museums that attract people from near and far. Many of the outdoor recreation, athletic stadium, and civic centers attracted much of the younger tourist (2015). Although the great depression brought the United States economic progress to a halt, it not fully affected California. The depression did however reduced its tourist revenue,…

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    Arnold Parallelism

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    just an innocent girl that’s about to be torn away from the only thing she’s ever known. Eddie and Arnold coming into Connie’s life also represent the contrast between innocent and evil. After spending an evening with Eddie, Connie is able to picture how “nice he had been, how sweet it always was, not the way someone like June would suppose but sweet, gentle, the way it was in movies and promised in songs.” (Oates) While Arnold is the sinister figure that comes into her life proclaiming that he…

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    individual is because, after all, actions speak louder than words. People feel that it is easier to believe someone else when they prove something by performing the action instead of stating what they would or could do. Actions and self-portrayals are corresponding concepts that are often used to critique others and discover their true persona. Connie had a tendency to be very flirtatious with the opposite gender. The story shows this in the passage that states “A boy named Eddie came to talk to…

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    fast food industry has developed into something bigger than what it was when it started, this book, Fast Food Nation, was written by a man named Eric Schlosser. “McDonald’s French fries were once flavored with beef tallow, a processed form of hard white fat found on the kidneys and loins of cattle”. The fast food industry in this nation has grown fast and if it were not for the speedy service system, Automobiles, or teenagers then the fast food industry would not be so successful today. The…

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    Burger King Case Study

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    pricing, quality and facility design for the business Vision statement This is based on the original aims of the company’s founders. Burger Kings corporate vision statement emphasizes excellence and bringing the best into the industry. Their vision statement is, “to be the most profitable QSR (quick service restaurant) business through a strong franchise system and great people, serving the best burgers in the world.” The following main points are highlighted in their vision statement regarding…

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    McDonald’s know that they have to change these things because our society is attracted to many different things. This causes McDonald’s to want to be the attention of society today. “Arizona was also the first site for the drive thru window of Mcdonald’s”(Rights). McDonald’s also adopted the drive thru method because the company wanted more money and more customers interested in ordering there. As the drive thru method became more popular, Mcdonald’s fostered the idea to allow their business to…

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    It was a cold Friday night, the temperature was below freezing. I was working at McDonald’s, it was the only job I had been able to keep in the last couple of years. I was always recognized from the managers for being so friendly and kind to everyone including my co-workers, except on this specific night. I had been having mood swings all day and was not feeling good at all. I clocked in and got to work, for tonight's shift I was working in the drive-thru. Working drive-thru on Friday night was…

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    comforting to many people. Still, the U.S. may be hitting the brakes on these services soon to protect the people and the planet. While drive-throughs provide convenience for various amounts of customers, they should be banned to protect civilians and the planet. Furthermore, drive-throughs should be banned since they are a hazard to civilians. People are at a risk for crashes when riding a bike or walking. Council member, Lisa Bender, says that if her community has drive-throughs, "they may…

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    Drive through the Looking Glass Drive has always been one of my strongest personality traits. I’ve had it for as long as I can remember. Drive in my definition is being able to keep pushing and going even when things are going good or terrible. Along with drive, I have also been able to change the way that I think about things pretty quickly once I have a clear conscience. I just recently lost my job, on November 28th. Working at Hwy 55 was the best thing that has ever happened to me, I was a…

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    idling causes an average of 22 gallons of gas being wasted. Drive-throughs cause pollution and a squander of gas, they should be banned in the U.S. Even though drive-throughs are unsatisfactory for our environment, they also could get people food expeditiously and they don’t have to get out of the car. Drive-throughs should be banned because they disfiqure the environment. Townsend stated, "In 2007, a California state science fair student estimated that vehicles idling in California's 8,500…

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