Friday, December 11, 2020

A crumb from Minnesota

At a drive-thru in Brainerd, Minnesota, over 100 miles north of Minneapolis, people stepped up in a small way to show each other that they care. Tina Jensen, store manager of one of the two Dairy Queens in town, said a man came by the drive-thru window recently and asked if he could pay for his meal and for the car behind him.

 Jensen told her cashier this tends to happen once in a while, but at most it lasts for 15 or 20 cars and then fizzles out. This time, the chain continued for TWO AND A HALF DAYS with over 900 cars participating. According to Jensen, drivers in these cars paid about $10,000 for meals ordered by the car behind them.

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