This is the typical story of fast food nacho.
Kelly Stewart, a 27-year-old employee of Taco Bell in upstate New York State, has decided to use her platform to spread encouraging messages to her clients – and they're not going to be there. ; enjoy.
Stewart, who has been working for Tex-Mex since last fall, began writing inspiring quotes and placing them in clients' orders to help them make a positive impact on their day.
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"I love people," she told Syracuse.com. "I love helping them make every day better. And it's important for me to set a good example for my six-year-old son. Sometimes life can be difficult and I like to look at quotes and write them for people. "
The notes did not go unnoticed.
Heather O'Donnell, one of Stewart's clients, told Syracuse.com that seeing the message in her order had given her confidence in the other.
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"I received this message that said," When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot around it and hang on to Franklin D. Roosevelt, "O'Donnell told the publication. I did stop and make me smile. Knowing that someone took time out of their job or their life to write this is another example of the fact that there are still some quality people. "
Stewart said that she had begun writing the notes last month and that she was beginning to be noticed by Taco Bell's customers, who had thanked her for thanking him.
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Social media also congratulated Stewart and asked the company to recognize his kindness.