For 30 years, Robert Peters calmly delivered pizzas and thought he was appreciated at work. But the man’s car broke down and the boss immediately fired Robert. It was a hard blow for the mail.
At that time, the man did not yet know that in one day the whole city would come to his aid.
Robert Peters got a job as a courier at Pizza Hut during his school years. All other colleagues saw delivery as a secondary job, but Robert really enjoyed his duties.
“My loved ones often told me to find something profitable, to stop being a delivery man. But I am sincerely delighted to bring pizza to people, to see the happy smiles of my neighbors. I am friends with many. » Peters told reporters.
In a small town, a lot of people knew the regular delivery guy really well. Residents greet Robert as he walks by, the man even being called “Mr. All-Okay” for his friendly disposition.
However, the owner of the pizzeria, it turned out, did not appreciate Peters’ work.
When the courier’s old car broke down, the manager immediately fired the man and hired another to replace him. Robert’s pride wouldn’t let him ask for help. And he just returned home.
News of Robert’s problem quickly spread throughout the city. Residents gathered at the town hall and found a solution within an hour: the next day the courier left the house and saw dozens of people in front of him.
They greeted the man happily then moved aside. Behind them was a brand new Chevrolet Malibu – the whole town chipped in for a new car for one man.
Peters was able to resume delivery. Although now he works for himself: aid from the city helped him open his own cafe.
We can all do well by being a little kinder to each other. Maybe this will help the whole world become the best place.