Best Buy Employees buy Wii U as present for young frequent Smash player

They say this is a time for miracles and goodwill, and none more apparent than the manager & employees of the Valley Stream Best Buy in Long Island, NY.

Raheim Storr, a manager, uploaded a video of the employees presenting a young man who normally visited the store to play Super Smash Bros. for Wii U with a Wii U of his own after finishing a round of the game.

Storr included the following quote on the video which you can see below:

…this kid came in every single day to play the display WiiU, the employees in this store saw an opportunity to make a child smile and did just that. They chipped in and purchased a WiiU for him with their own money. This is amazing, why shop at Amazon when you have genuine people in this world that you can continue to help keep a job.

In addition, Storr pledges to use the money generated from ads on the video “to buy him more games and attachments.” Thank you, Mr. Storr and fellow employees for being a man.

Thank you, Mr. Storr and fellow employees for embracing the Christmas Spirit.

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Clinton Bowman-Christie
Managing Editor, Games & Technology

Teacher's Assistant by day, passionate gamer and wrestling fan by night. This describes Clinton to a T. A Brooklyn, New York resident for all of his life, gaming, Power Rangers, football, basketball and wrestling pretty much comprise a lot of his free time. Whether he's agreeing with Stephen A. Smith, lamenting how Power Rangers RPM is one of the greatest seasons in the Power Rangers canon, John Cena and the New Day in general, or how Tim Duncan is the best baller in the NBA, his unbridled passion brings a uniqueness that accentuates what the Outerhaven is all about.