Costco is the golden star of convenience. If you drop by the ever-tantalizing food samples, you'll find that the mega-market rightfully has everything you could ever want and need – including 100 generators.
Facing the devastating devastation in the Bahamas, yesterday a Florida-based farmer who has decided to remain anonymous came to Costco and bought 100 generators to send them to the islands for a whopping $ 49,285.70 , Whoever you are, thank you. We send you our virtual appreciation.
The nameless man told CNN yesterday: "About 100 generators and a truck with food and chainsaws will be going to Marsh Harbor in the Bahamas on Thursday. It's awful and I'm sure you've seen the photos.
Although the identity of the man is a mystery, his good deed will certainly not go unnoticed: in fact, a rouge shopper roaming the corridors of Costco was the generator gang and overheard the farmer's mission Faceless Photo The viewer, Alec Sprague, went to Facebook to share his appreciation:
Details of the generous delivery are as follows: The generators, the food, and other miscellaneous Costco's finds are taken by boat from the good farmer in Jacksonville to his longtime contact, friend and ship's captain Errol Thurston, who lives in the Bahamas, brought.
Thurston told CNN, "We're trying to book a slot on a container ship that regularly serves the Abacos and Grand Bahama … the boys do Doing everything in their power to get us into a slot, you know the despair ̵
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