Best Buy employees in Long Island chip in to buy a $300 WiiU for boy who came every day to play on the store's free demonstration model
- Employees at Best Buy in Valley Stream, New York, gave the boy a WiiU console
- A video posted on YouTube shows one of the workers giving him the box
- Boy came every day to the store to play on the free WiiU demonstration model
- Didn't seem to believe it at first when an employee brought him the WiiU in a box
- But the employee showed him the receipt and said he would walk out with him
Best Buy employees in Long Island noticed a boy who came every day to play on the store's WiiU - and ended up buying him his own console.
A video posted on YouTube shows an employee at the Valley Stream, New York store walking up to the boy and handing him a brand-new WiiU in a box.
'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,' the employee told the boy.
The worker showed the boy the receipt, telling him he would walk out with him. The console, sold at Best Buy as part of a set that also includes a Mario Kart game, is worth $300.
Best Buy employees in Long Island chipped in to buy a WiiU for a young customer (pictured) who came in every day to play on the store's demonstration model
The man who uploaded the video, Rahiem Storr, said he was a manager at Best Buy.
His clip, shared last week, shows a Best Buy employee walking up to the young customer, who was playing with the free WiiU.
'This is something we did for you. Everyone here that you see, we all got together and chipped in so you could have it,' the employee told the boy.
But the young customer seemed taken aback by the act of kindness and didn't quite dare grab the box.
'No for real, this is for you,' the employee said, telling him it would be an early Christmas present.
The boy, according to Storr, has two 'very loving' parents who couldn't afford to buy him a WiiU.
He eventually accepted the gift and workers gave him a ride home.
A Best Buy employee (pictured) walked up to the boy with a brand new WiiU in hand and told him it was for him - but the boy seemed taken aback at first
The employee in Valley Stream, Long Island, kept reassuring the boy and told him the console (file picture), worth $300 as part of a set at Best Buy, was for him
Best Buy workers gave the boy a ride home from the Valley Stream store (pictured). The young customer, according to a man who shared a video of the gift exchange, has two loving parents
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