Border Patrol recruits at NASCAR races
By Antonio Olivo
The Chicago Tribune
JOLIET, Ill. — The engines were screaming adrenaline at last weekend's NASCAR race in Joliet, but a more unusual attraction was beckoning just outside the track.
There, tucked between the Jack Daniel's whiskey tent and a booth for Red Man smokeless tobacco on the Chicagoland Speedway grounds, the U.S. Border Patrol was taking the names of hundreds of revved-up job applicants.
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