When Trenton Lewis’ coworkers learned he was driving 11 miles each way to work every day, they decided to give him a 2006 Saturn Ion. Trenton Lewis’ legs ached from the 11-mile walk he had to endure every morning to reach his shift start time of 4 a.m.
But the 21-year-old did it diligently for seven months. He didn’t reveal it. He never looks for an explanation, especially when it comes to raising his 14-month-old daughter Karmen. I have a great deal of pride, he said CNN. I have to provide her with anything she requires,
she said.. The truth was, however, uncovered by his coworkers at a UPS facility in Little Rock, Arkansas. When he arrived, his stern countenance changed to one of amazement and gratitude as his staff handed him the keys to a brand-new car.
I felt quite moved. He said, “I was leaning on my legs.” As a result, he avoided telling many of his employees about his early morning journey. One “queen bee” who sees and knows everything exists in every large workplace, though.
Lewis said, “She was like a second mother to me.” When she found out that I commute 11 miles each day to work, she was genuinely upset with me. Bryant has worked for UPS for more than 40 years, as has her husband Kenneth.
Reminding them to bring cash was the hardest part. What Kenneth Bryant said is as follows. The dealer indicated he was willing to negotiate a price with me once I explained what I was doing and for whom I was doing it. The group invited Lewis to the parking lot for a quick “joint meeting.”
Lewis was stunned when Kenneth Bryant reached into his pocket and pulled out the 2006 Saturn Ion’s keys. Lewis continued, “God does have something in mind for you. This is something I’ll always remember. Lewis gave his coworkers heartfelt praise. He took his daughter to dinner on his first expedition with the car.