It’s only my third day and I have already failed, but I did so with such amazement and happiness. I am officially a fan of Jackie at Krispy Kreme.
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Did u contact km and tell them she went above and beyond?
I meant okay: krispy kreme
hope in humanity restored!
If I had a business, and Jackie applied for a job, I would hire her on the spot. Way to go!!!
That is amazing!
Jackie, you are an amazing person!
Jackie should move up into management at Krispy Kream! Wow.
Yeah, she should be running things! Liked the Facebook page for her…..awesome!
Thanks. I will now follow a blog for the first time in my 25 years of earth existence. Maybe you’ll start a new Viet Cong haircut trend…one day.
Thanks friend, we’ll all be watching.
this video was special for me because I had a similar experience with someone working a low income job truly go above and beyond for no reason just today:
Stopped by walgreens to pick up one of those cassettes to MP3 converters for a road trip after thanksgiving. I went to the electronics section couldn’t find it, so i asked an employee next to me. She then goes in to a story about how they used to have them, but they must be out or discontinued. Then, without even skipping a beat she says something like “You could just have mine, I have one in my car that I don’t use anymore” she then lead me to her car where she gave me the cassette. I offered her money and she wouldn’t take it. She left with a handshake instead. I was so in shock over her random act of kindness I didn’t even get her name, or let her know how much it really meant to me. It was the single nicest thing a stranger has done for me in quite some time.
Love your story!
I watched this and was like WOW!!! But if you think about you were rejected. You were trying to get rejected and by not geting rejected by her she rejected your quest at getting rejected. LOL. That is confusing. Good luck on the rest of your journey
What a wonderful lady! I hope she is greatly rewarded
Holy crap! Now THAT’S what I call customer service, Bravo, Jackie!
Hi Jia. More than a raise, and putting your mad MBA skills to work, what Jackie deserves is a bonus. I say to Krispy Kreme, give her 50% of what it would have cost to execute such a PR coup. A simple raise just won’t cut it when one looks at the amazing PR that Jackie has generated for the Krispy Kreme company. Kudos to you Jia, and to Jackie, you have elevated our faith in human kind and in the quality of Krispy Kreme’s employees.
That is freaking awesome! Jackie is the most customer service friendly person I have every seen! Definitely needs a promotion!
FAITH IN HUMANITY RESTORED. Hope she gets all the attention she deserves. I wanna give her a hug
Which Krispy Kreme was it in Austin? I want to write to them how awesome she is!
You should ask someone if you can shave their head for them and ask them to shave your head as well. If they need a reason tell them it’s in support of people going through chemo. If you fail at least you won’t have a bad hair cut anymore.
Heh heh! How about those two Indy Colts cheerleaders who buzzed their heads after $100K was raised for cancer research to honor the HC who’s battling chemo? They both still look gorgeous!
Absolutely wonderful! Thanks for sharing! Krispy Kreme is headquartered in Winston-Salem, NC. I hope Jackie gets promoted!
This is amazing customer service! Right of the starting block she’s all about giving the customer 100%. She is meant for greater things – hopefully you’ve helped her more than you know. Recruiters watch these kinds of films
She should get a raise, promotion, company car, a bonus, and a free weeks vacation!!!
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Where are the rest???
This was a great video, My question is did Jackie know you where filming her? did you tell her afterwards? and did you ask for her permission before putting this on the internet?
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Dude, you did not show the donuts! All the suspense and no payoff! You gotta work on presentation too. Also important in the field of business
It’s at the end.
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Loved your editing
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