A Couple Learned That This Car Belonged To An Employee, And Did Something Truly Special
December 10, 2014
"You've got to be kidding me ... I can't believe it, oh my God."
These are the words Cindi Grady used after learning that two restaurant customers - she's never met before - bought her a new car.
The Branson, Missouri, Cracker Barrel waitress was driving an old, beat up car to work everyday that looked "abandoned" according to Gary Tackett and his wife, Roxann.
When the couple learned it belonged to an employee, they decided to do something very special.
"I thought it was abandoned actually, it was in such bad shape," Tackett told KOLR of Grady's old car, which had been badly damaged after several accidents involving deer. "I talked with my wife about it, and I said, 'Something has to be done.'"
The couple's daughter posted the video below on Facebook calling her parents "the most generous, kind-hearted, loving people" she knows.
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