It was a happy day, thanks to Happy Joe’s
IN early February, I went on my lunch hour to the Safeway on Keewatin Street and Burrows Avenue, having already purchased our office group lottery tickets from the Esso across the street.
In my haste to get as many things done as I could in an hour, I shoved the tickets, $12 worth, into a pocket of my purse that apparently wasn’t snapped closed very well. The ticket was folded up along with the sheet of paper that had our company’s name and the names of the eight people in our little lottery group.
I guess as I entered the Safeway, the ticket and the sheet of paper must have dropped out of my purse.
Shortly after I got back to the office, the phone rang and the caller was Geri (I hope I have spelled that correctly) from Happy Joe’s Lottery Kiosk in the same mall. She called to inform us that someone had turned in our lottery tickets to her kiosk. I was ecstatic. I hadn’t even purchased the ticket at her kiosk.
Thank you so very much to the person who turned in the ticket along with the sheet of names to Happy Joe’s. And thank you so very much, Geri at Happy Joe’s, for taking the time to look up our company’s phone number, calling the number and asking to speak with anybody whose name was on that list.
You both made our day with your honesty.