These Best Buy Employees Have A Great Gift For Teen Who Came In Daily To Play The Free Display

These Best Buy Employees Have A Great Gift For Teen Who Came In Daily To Play The Free Display

Here's your feel good story for the Holidays. A teen apparently came in to Best Buy so often to play the store's Wii U display of Smash Bros. that the employees banded together to purchase a console as a Christmas gift.

By MarkJulian - Dec 12, 2016 11:12 AM EST
Apparently, a Best Buy store in New York had a teen visit the store almost every day to play their Wii U display.  Rather than chase the kid out or ban him, the employees all chipped in to purchase him a Wii U console and copy of Smash Bros. so that he could enjoy the game at home.  Furthermore, the employees drove him home after the kid explained that he was afraid someone in his rough neighborhood would steal it from him before he could cross his front door.

The video below has now gone viral on Reddit, Twitter and Facebook.  Sadly, the internet being what it is, the comment section on the YouTube video has devolved into a black hole of cynicism and name-calling so we recommend just watching the video and resisting the urge to post your praise or well-wishes.

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