Employees buy WiiU for boy who came every day to play on the stores free demo news 1x1.trans

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Employees at a Long Island Best Buy location noticed that a boy came to their store every day so that he could play the store’s free demonstration model of the console.

So, they all decided to chip in to buy the boy his own WiiU so he wouldn’t have to make the trek every time he wanted to play.

“On behalf of all of us here at Best Buy, we got you a WiiU so you don’t have to come here every day to play,” an employee can be seen to say in a video of the touching moment.

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The young boy looks completely surprised and hesitates to grab the box before the employee reassures him, “No for real, this is for you,” claiming it is an early Christmas present.

Rahiem Storr, who uploaded the video, said that he was the store manager.

The young man has two “very loving” parents, Storr said, but they cannot afford to get him the console.

The WiiU that the employees presented the boy with came as part of a set that included a Mario Kart game, with the whole thing worth about $300.

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