DAVIS, CA - Co-workers of Kyle, an employee at the Coffee House at UC Davis, surprised the huge San Francisco Giants fan with a ticket to Thursday night's World Series Game 2.
Here's what student and co-worker Kristin wrote:
I wanted to share a very great story that has really touched the UC Davis community and even many of mine and my coworker's family members. The Coffee House at UC Davis is run by over 200 students and makes/serves food to thousands daily. Everyone becomes very close and our community often feels like we are family. One of our coworkers is particularly loved extra by everyone. His name is Kyle Braver. He is one of the nicest, most genuine and hardworking people I have ever met. He works 30+ hours a week, covers extra shifts for coworkers and never stops smiling....all while balancing the loads of homework that result from 21 quarter system units. He saves every paycheck to pay his tuition and rent and rarely ever treats himself. He is the biggest SF Giants fan around and all of us (his coworkers) at the coffee house know how much he deserves the world. He deserves something amazing to happen to him for all that he willingly does for everyone else. Because of this, everyone at the coffee house pitched in to buy him a ticket to today's SF Giants World Series game. We recorded this video of us presenting him the ticket at 3rd and U Cafe after we watched game 1 of the world series together ... We think it would be awesome to share this story with the Sacramento community and show everyone how us student workers at the Coffee House came together to make our favorite coworker's dream come true.