Edward Jones hosts `Live with the CEO of McDonald's'

Elaine Webber, the Edward Jones investment representative

in Snoqualmie, will host a broadcast for individual investors at 3 p.m. on

Tuesday, May 2. The broadcast, titled "Live with the CEO of McDonald's," will

be a live program to Edward Jones branch offices nationwide via the firm's

private satellite network.

Jack Greenberg, the chairman and CEO of McDonald's, will discuss

the operations of his company beyond the Happy Meals, trinkets and

playgrounds. Joining Mr. Greenberg will be Patrick Schumann, Edward

Jones' restaurant analyst and Alan Skrainka, chief market strategist for

Edward Jones.

"McDonald's continues to be a great story," Webber says.

"While there seems to be one on every corner, on any given day,

McDonald's serves less than one percent of the population, even as the market

leader. The company continues to focus on the global opportunities and has

recently revamped its operations here at home."

McDonald's is the largest and best-known global foodservice retailer

in the world. It operates in 120 countries with more than 25,000 restaurants.

Edward Jones traces its roots to 1871. Today, with more than

5,400 branches in all 50 states, Jones has more offices than any other

brokerage firm in the nation. Its investment representatives serve more than 3

million clients and specialize in serving individual investors and

small-business owners.

For more information on the May 2 broadcast or to reserve a seat for

this free program, contact Webber at (425) 831-5026.

Edward Jones has an interactive Web site located


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