via: CBS Minnesota
A Hopkins teenager who generously — and without anyone watching — went out of his way to help a stranger, is now reaping the rewards of that kindness.
Joey Prusak saw a woman steal $20 from a blind customer at the Dairy Queen where he works. So he gave the guy his own cash.
John Gainor, CEO of Dairy Queen, is just one of many people singing Pursak’s praises, “I think what Joey’s actions did was put smiles on the faces of a lot of people, not only our customers but as we’re hearing, people around the world,” he said over the phone from Canada.
Back at the Hopkins Main Street DQ, aside from a tray of Dilly Bars, Prusak didn’t get much done today.
“I’ve had 40 phone calls just this morning,” he said.
One of them stands out.
“Warren Buffet called me this morning and we talked for about 10 minutes,” Prusak said. Buffet’s company owns Dairy Queen, and Buffett said he’s planning future talks with Prusak. “He told me he was going to have me flown out in May,” Prusak said.
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