At a nearby Dutch Bros, a random act of kindness in memory of a Claremore man sparked hundreds of dollars.
As Todd Brown's 52nd birthday neared, Karen Walden, a local woman, wanted to remember her late brother. She donated $100 to Dutch Bros in Claremore so that customers could buy coffee.
I decided to hurry up to the coffee shop and buy $100 worth of coffee because I needed to do anything to make myself feel better. And the day will just be great for us.
In 2020, Brown perished in an automobile accident in Ramona, Oklahoma. The deed of kindness was appropriate to memorialize her brother because Walden claimed that he enjoyed helping others.
She remarked, "He loved doing random acts of kindness. He cherished helping others. He constantly went above and above.”
People were moved by her generosity and the motivation behind it when she put it online. She raised $500 for Dutch Bros customers after other social media users started making donations.
Others in line began to return the favor as they were getting their coffees. By the end of the day, $700 had been donated in Walden's brother's memory.
I was stunned, she said. "Because you hear about people doing a five- or six-car back [in a drive-through], but for it to go on and on and on," the speaker said.
The $700 was incredible, according to Dutch Bros employee Samuel Craven, who spoke to FOX23.
Customers and baristas "were pretty emotional," according to Craven. "I am acquainted with the order-taking girl.” She tripped over her heartstrings, you know? She commenced crying.
She and several of the crew members truly felt it, he continued. The clients were overjoyed.
To purchase eight beverages for the Claremore labor and delivery department of Hillcrest, Christina Fontana went to the Dutch Bros. She claimed that the gesture and Brown's tale completely astounded them.
Walden remarked that it's fantastic to see the community's love.
Todd would have been twirling around on the sidewalk. She claimed that he would have given everyone who entered a high-five.
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