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Watch This Chick-fil-A Employee Hold An Umbrella For Customers During A Downpour

Delish logo Delish 7/20/2018 Maya McDowell
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There have been several incidents recently when Chick-fil-A employees have gone above and beyond their job description. For example, an employee saved a man from choking at a Chick-fil-A in Austin, TX. The chain recently was ranked America's favorite fast food restaurant for a third year in a row, in terms of customer satisfaction. The honor is undoubtedly due in part to employees that go the extra mile. Take Matthew Nunez, the hospitality director at a Chick-fil-A in El Paso, Texas, for one.

Per Fox News, Matthew was working on a stormy day last week when he decided to bring a large umbrella to the parking lot, so that he could shield customers from the rain. Mark Ramos, a high school student dining in the restaurant, recorded Matthew's kind gesture and posted it to Twitter. This began a really sweet Twitter conversation between the two strangers.

The tweet said, "Chick-Fil-A undefeated bro, this living proof" and the video shows Matthew jogging from customer to customer in the parking lot, to cover them as they entered their cars or headed into the building.

Matthew replied to the tweet, in the most Chick-fil-A way possible.

a screenshot of a cell phone: A Chick-fil-A Employee Held An Umbrella For Guests © Twitter / @Ramos5173 A Chick-fil-A Employee Held An Umbrella For Guests

He also tweeted a message thanking Mark for recording the video and sharing it.

Mark replied, saying "every time I'm at Chick Fil A I see you serving everyone with the biggest smile and it enlightens me to always remain positive." He also called Matthew a huge role model to the community.

a screenshot of a cell phone: A Chick-fil-A Employee Held An Umbrella For Guests © Twitter / @MNunez071 A Chick-fil-A Employee Held An Umbrella For Guests

Mark and Matthew had the opportunity to meet, when the two did an interview on a local radio show. How cute is this friendship??

According to Fox News, Matthew signed "positivity umbrellas" for listeners who called in to the station. Consider this your feel-good Friday reminder that a little kindness goes a long way.

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