Diner Finds Surprising Item On Her Reciept Thats Getting Alot of Attention

Diner Finds Surprising Item On Her Reciept Thats Getting Alot of Attention

Some people choose to say a quick ‘Thank You’ to God before they eat – in public or not. My family does. At a small North Carolina diner, the owner has been quietly rewarding those that do with a small percentage off their bill.

From the article:

Customers who pause to thank God before eating meals at a North Carolina diner might be in for a major surprise when they pay their bill: a 15 percent discount for “praying in public.”

Haglund, 60, said that the “gift” she gives customers has nothing to do with a specific religious perspective, that she never advertises the discount and that it’s something staffers sporadically offer only when they feel compelled to do so.

“It’s just a moment or faithfulness about the plate of food,” she said. “It’s not even a policy – it’s [something] we only do when we’re moved to do it.”

Haglund also noted that wait staff who are uncomfortable or who don’t agree with the message behind the discount aren’t forced to give it.

“We are so fortunate in this country,” she added.

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Screenshot of Mary’s Diner

We are very lucky to have the right to pray in public and to quietly reward those we feel compelled to. What a great example of America. Thank you, Mary’s Diner!

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