Bagel Store Manager Drives Seven Hours To Return Customers Keys

Some say that customer service has eroded over the years with companies. They never ate a bagel at this store in New York.

Over the weekend, Diana Chong was heading off for an early Friendsgiving dinner in Pennsylvania from Long Island, New York. On her way out of town, she stopped at her favorite bagel shop and accidentally left her keys there. Her car is a push-button one with a key fob, and her husband was inside with the engine running. So that's why they were able to drive off without the keys.

They drove 180 miles without stopping, got to their destination near Scranton, Pennsylvania and turned their car off. That's when they couldn't find the keys and realized they were stuck. They both needed to be back home on Monday for work. They called the bagel shop, but there was no way to overnight the keys on a Sunday.

So without hesitating, the manager asked for the address and then drove seven hours round-trip to get them their keys. He also went to work the next morning. When asked why he did it, he said it was, "just the right thing to do."

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