AWESOME: Best Buy Employees Buy Wii U For Kid Who Came To Store Everyday To Play

Every year around Christmas, we truly see the best of our nation.

People helping their fellow man, organizing toy drives for kids, gathering canned foods to donate, and all of the other actions we take to give back.

The employees of a Best Buy in suburban New York City wanted to give back too. And they knew just who deserved a small act of kindness this Christmas.

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Kenneth Fernandez and Pal Ndoja, employees of the Best Buy, noticed one kid who came into the store every single day just so he could get a chance to play Nintendo’s newest gaming console, the Wii U.

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So, Fernandez and Ndoja started pulling donations from their fellow employees to help out.

Soon they had collected the $300 they needed to buy the console and a copy of “Super Smash Bros.,” the game he played everyday, so this teenager didn’t have to make the trip to the store everyday.

He could now enjoy the gaming system, like millions of other kids, right in the comfort of his home.

“On behalf of all of us here at Best Buy, we got you a Wii U,” an employee says in the video. “This is something we did for you. Everyone here that you see, we all got together and chipped in so you could have it.”

At first, the gift left the teen almost speechless, but after it set in, he grinned and wiped away a few tears when he realized this was real.

“No for real, this is for you. Consider it an early Christmas present,” the employee told him.

WATCH the awesome video below:

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