I felt the need to share this with all of you, and perhaps make this man go viral. Last week I got an iced coffee at Dunkin donuts around 7:30am, later on that day I saw the same man walking but was unable to pick him up or I would have been late for work myself. Little did I know, he was walking 8 1/2 miles to his second full time job at the Big Apple for his Graveyard shift. I stopped at the Big Apple on my way home from work around 10:45pm to see if he could use a lift home while I grabbed gas, but he politely declined stating he worked another 3+ hours closing.Joanna went on to explain that Kyle walks over 16 miles every day traveling to both of his jobs so he can support himself and see his son. Even though he only makes minimum wage, Kyle refused to accept state or federal aid for his hardship, though he'd make more money collecting government aid. "There are jobs everywhere you just have to look," Bigler said. "I mean if it's a problem with someone not having a vehicle, I mean I walk 8 miles." Joanna's facebook post was shared over 20,000 times and eventually reached the eyes of a local car dealership, Autoserv in Tilton, New Hampshire. Then comes the best part! The dealership promptly gifted Ryan a 2005 Honda Accord. This humble, hardworking young man has been recognized by the community, with a gift he never thought possible. The smile on Ryan's face says it all. Share and spread some smiles!
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