After Coty Vincent was left without a vehicle after an accident, she and her 1-year-old twins went to Enterprise to rent a car. She did not have a double stroller and was forced to hold one child while filling out the necessary paperwork. The employee assisting her, John Goodlett, offered to hold one of the babies and Vincent happily accepted.
A few days later, Vincent wrote about her positive experience on Facebook. She posted a photo of Goodlett holding her child, describing him as caring and compassionate. She also revealed that Goodlett is a twin himself, and his sister is his closest friend.
Vincent concluded by saying the world needs more people who are willing to go the extra mile for others and added the hashtag “#BeAJohn.” The post was liked by thousands and quickly went viral.
Vincent, who lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma, hopes that her story about one person’s kindness will inspire others to pay it forward. She thinks the state of the world would greatly improve if people simply took the time to be caring and helpful each day. Enterprise was also impressed by Goodlett’s generous act and will reward him. The company will soon gift Vincent with a double stroller.