Trenton Lewis, 21, goes the extra mile for his job at UPS. To start loading trucks by 4 a.m., he starts walking from his home in downtown Little Rock before midnight. He says he never missed a shift, never even been late, the job is too important to him, reports KATV.
When Kenneth Bryant's wife mentioned Trent's daily trek, the veteran driver knew he wanted to help out. Kenneth, started collecting donations and got enough money to purchase a reliable car for Lewis.
"He just pulled some keys out of his pocket and I'm like, 'That can't be mine. Those keys cannot be mine.' He brought them to me and my heart just dropped. I'm like, 'This can't be real,'" Lewis said.
Well it was real and he’s now able to leave for work 30 minutes before clock in, instead of 3 hours before. Awesome news for this young man!