If you have ever visited Wal-Mart Stuttgart you may have had a pleasant encounter with a cart pusher. Though their job description only requires them to maintain the availability of and to organize shopping carts, a few good young men are often spotted assisting customers with transporting items, loading merchandise into the customer’s vehicles, and providing customer service without having to be asked and told.
Magen Millerd said she witnessed a young gentleman who was retrieving carts when he spotted an elderly woman pushing her cart full of bags to her vehicle.
“He stopped to help her load it and then saw me and insisted he help me too,” she said. “I have no idea who this young man was.”
Similar stories were shared and several were identified. Acts of kindness
experiences specifically named Darius Powell, Kobe Robinson, Jasper McCoy and Kenneth Hill, employees of Walmart-Stuttgart.
“I must give kudos to the young men who work outside as cart pushers at the Stuttgart Wal-Mart store,” said Julie Landrum. “They have always been friendly. No matter the weather, they are always working hard.”
Landrum said one of the young men even changed the tire of an older gentleman but he never got his name. Landrum did know Robinson, as he is a former student of hers.
“I must brag on Kobe Robinson,” she said. “He has helped me put my
groceries in my car or carry them from the store to my car. He is always very pleasant. I feel safe with them outside the store.”
All the young men were described as ‘very polite’ and ‘great workers’.
Millerd said in a world full of disappointment and hateful people, these young men are a beautiful reminder of the good in the world.