We always think about the bad tippers so we will turn it around and highlight the good tippers. A few stories came out this week about big tippers check them out below!
— After last weekend’s Chiefs win head coach Andy Reid told his players to celebrate, but do so wisely.
One of their star defenders took those words to heart. Tamba Hali and up to 15 of his family and friends ate at a Kansas City plaza restaurant Sunday night.
They racked up a bill of more than $1,800 dollars. Added onto that was a $1,000 dollar tip that Hali left behind.
The staff split the tip as they do with all tips.
A New Hampshire waitress who picked up the lunch tab of two National Guard soldiers affected by the federal government’s shutdown has been repaid – more than 300 times over – by television star Ellen DeGeneres.
Sarah Hoidahl, a waitress in Concord, N.H., just wanted to do a nice thing for the soldiers, so she recently picked up their lunch tab. It cost her $27.75.
On Friday, DeGeneres squared the tab and then some, giving Hoidahl $27.75 in cash and a check for $10,000.
An emotional Hoidahl buried her face in her hands and thanked DeGeneres as the talk show host repeated “You’re a good person.”
DeGeneres caught wind of Hoidahl’s act of kindness when the New Hampshire National Guard posted a picture on its Facebook page. The story spread quickly online, producers saw it and invited Hoidahl to Hollywood.
Ellen also gave her a 50-inch television.
Source: nydailynews & kwch