A teenager in Raleigh, North Carolina, was only shopping for a clip-on tie at his local Target, but left with much more than he bargained for, thanks to a helpful employee. That particular Target didn’t sell clip-on ties, so the teen who needed one for a job interview at Chick-fil-A asked for assistance from an employee named Cathy Scott. Scott then asked her coworker, Dennis Roberts, to help the teenager tie a (real) tie.
Audrey Mark was shopping at the same Target in Raleigh when she spotted Roberts giving the teen all kinds of interview tips, like how to deliver a good handshake. She snapped a photo of the inspiring the scene and shared it on Facebook.
While neither Target employee learned the teen’s name, they checked in with the Chick-fil-A manager, who told them that the restaurant chain was inviting the teen back for a second interview, according to CNN.
“He’s a really nice kid. We hope to talk to him [Friday], but we have to wait until he gets out of school and check his availability to set up the second interview,” David Langston, operator of the Chick-fil-A on Triangle Town Boulevard in Raleigh, said. Read more…