A New York teen that spent 10 hours cleaning up protests has been rewarded a new car, 1-year free insurance, and a full scholarship to college.
If this doesn’t make you happy, I do not know what will.
During an interview with Antonio Gwynn Jr., he said that he saw a local news agency report last Sunday that showed Bailey Avenue, in Buffalo, New York, littered with broken glass and rubbish.
After that, he knew that people will be using that street to get to work the following day.
The teen left his house at 2 am with a brush and rubbish bags just to clean up the entire neighborhood.
He then spent the next 10 hours to work and getting the area in clean shape.
When a group of neighbors arrived the next morning to clean up, they realized that it was already clean.
The local community was bowled over when they head what the kind teen did, so good things came to their minds.
Matt Block, a resident of the area, decided to give Antonio his 2004 red Mustang Convertible.
Block said that he loved his car, but he was not using it often and was not prepared to sell.
However, things changed when Block heard what Antonio had done.
Matt said he saw Antonio ask for advice about buying a car online, so he decided to give him his red Mustang.
During the interview with CNN, Block said:
I couldn’t come to grips with selling it and this was a good way of getting rid of it and knowing that it’s going to go to someone who appreciates it.
The best thing about this was that the later mother of Antonio used to drive a red Mustang, which left him speechless.
Things did not stop there.
Bob Briceland, a local businessman, heard about what Matt had done, so he offered up a year’s car insurance through his insurance agency.
During an interview with WKBW, Bob said:
I just felt compelled to help him out. We just need to get together our whole city and show people how there’s so many good people here.
There’s more so buckle up folks.
When the news of Antonio’s kind act got to the Medaille College in Buffalo, they offered him full scholarship for when he goes there to study business later this year.
Talking about the moment that he found out he had received the scholarship, he said:
I literally stopped, pulled over, and started crying. So did my great aunt. My little cousin did also. I appreciate everything everyone is doing for me.
Good things happen to people like you Antonio, you deserve it!