10 Feb 2014

McDonald’s doesn't just employ youngsters


   McDonald’s employee Morris Miller
   still turning up for  work aged 100

Veteran worker... Morris at the Needham McDonald’s. Picture: CBS Source: Supplied
WHO said McDonald’s is bad for your health?
Morris Miller has made it to a century and he can’t keep away from the place.
That’s because Morris, who celebrated his hundredth birthday at McDonald’s, works there.
For the last few years Tim McCoy, the owner of the McDonald’s in Needham, Massachusetts, has paid Morris to show up three days a week, to enjoy a free breakfast and chat with customers.
It’s not the most high stress position granted, but the owner says Morris is the ideal ambassador for the restaurant.
Big attraction... Morris gets his photo taken with some customers. Picture: CBS
Big attraction... Morris gets his photo taken with some customers. Picture: CBS Source: Supplied
“This is what keeps all the customers coming back. His smile and his determination,” Mr McCoy told the local CBS network.
Morris began working at the restaurant 25 years ago when he was a spry 75.
Not that he wastes too much time with reminiscences about the past.
“At my age we don’t remember anything,” he told CBS.

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