I miss nice peeps!
It’s not every day you encounter exceptional customer service. A Chick-fil-A employee from North Carolina is not only blessing customers with his fantastic smile — he’s making the Oleander Drive location in Wilmington, an experience they will never forget.
Customer Toya Liles took a video of Jeremiah Murrill, 20, taking her order car-side and complimented them for their fantastic ordering. Despite the chilly day, the warmth flowed from Murrill, who sported a thick winter hat and bright red bow-tie.
Chick-Fil-A services is like😊🥰… Luv this young man he like this ALL the time…..A1 services all day everyday…
Posted by Toya Liles on Monday, December 16, 2019
“You are only one swipe away from having an awesome lunch meal,” Murrill said in the viral video. “It will be our pleasure to serve you at the drive-thru window after two more things — a fist bump for each of you. You guys are awesome! Thanks so much for choosing Chick-fil-A.”
The video received 190,000 views is two weeks and garnered many praises from Facebook users.
Marissa Davis commented to Jamerian Myles, who is an Owner Operator at Chick-fil-As: “As a Chic-fil-A Owner, can you ensure this young man is forwarded to corporate for his outstanding customer service! This young man works at the Chic-fil-A on Oleander Dr in Wilmington. The comments are AMAZING!”
Another follower said that no matter what job you do, do it well, and you will succeed.
“Your actions, your behavior, or the way you interact with people matters,” Murrill told WWAYTV3, a local television station. “It can transform a day. “Seeing these lives transform just by talking with them, taking their orders, and being kind and nice,” he said. “It’s awesome.”
Murrill said he serves a lot of guests.
“I try to remember each and every name. That’s just a personal thing for me.”
All you need is a little kindness like Murrill, and it sure goes a long way!
Corine Gatti-Santillo has spent two decades as an editor, investigative reporter and web content strategist; her work has appeared in The Christian Post, LifeZette, the Washington Post and CBN, among other outlets. She is host of the program “Mom on the Right” on The Liberty Beacon TV. She and her husband, Rocky, live in Virginia with their infant daughter and yellow lab Maggie.
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