NORCO CALIF. —Jeremy Jacobi’s friends teased him when he was named Employee of the Year at a McDonald’s branch here, but the 18-year-old was the one smiling as he prepared to depart this month for the Beijing Olympics. “They are just jealous, I think,” said Jacobi, who has worked at the McDonald’s in this rural Riverside County town since he was 16, and was picked for the trip for being an outstanding crew member. “I’m very excited to be ...
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