The man delivered pizza for 30 years, then he was fired: the next day the whole city rushed to help

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But when the man’s car broke down, his boss immediately fired him. This was a hard blow for the courier.

At that time, the man did not yet know that the entire city would come to his aid one day.

Robert Peters got a job as a courier at “Pizza Hut” during his school days.

While all the other colleagues saw the delivery as a simple side job, Robert really enjoyed his duties.

The man delivered pizza for 30 years, then he was fired: the next day the whole city rushed to help

“My relatives often told me to find something more profitable, to stop being a delivery guy.

But I’m sincerely happy to bring pizza to people, to see the joyful smiles of my neighbors. I am a friend to many,” Peters told the journalists.

In a small town, many people knew the delivery guy well.

The residents greeted Robert as he passed by; the man was even called “Mr. All-Okay” for his friendly disposition.

However, the pizzeria owner, as it turned out, did not appreciate Peters’ work.

Robert’s pride didn’t allow him to ask for help. He returned home. The news of Robert’s problem quickly spread throughout the town.

The residents gathered at the town hall and found a solution within an hour: the next day, the courier stepped out of his house and saw dozens of people.

The man delivered pizza for 30 years, then he was fired: the next day the whole city rushed to help

They greeted the man happily and then moved aside.

Behind them was a brand-new Chevrolet Malibu: the entire city had chipped in for a new car for him.

Peters was able to return to deliveries, although now he works for himself: the city’s help helped him open his bar.

We can all do well to be a little kinder to one another. Perhaps this will help the whole world become a better place.

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