A young woman saves her father’s business thanks to a tweet-Telecinco

The pandemic is causing not just one health crisis, also a strong economic and social crisis. Many families they have lost their jobs by the restrictions necessary to curb the coronavirus, and some of those that follow keeping their posts are on the brink of ruin.

This is the case of a man of Glasgow, in Scotland. After keeping your mechanical workshop For more than 35 years, the pandemic was putting your economy to the limit and he saw closer and closer to having to end his business. A situation what his daughter, Harley, desperately tried to reverse using social media.

The young woman wrote a tweet in which they counted the distressing situation in which his father was: “This is my father. Your auto mechanic shop over 35 years is on crisis due to the ongoing pandemic, “he began by writing.” If he continues like this, it is not likely that he will survive, “he assured, referring to the workshop to which his father devoted so much affection and commitment. Faced with such a desperate situation, requested the collaboration of Internet users: “He will exceed any price they have quoted him, you can contact him at 07980 872259. Please retweet and click ‘Like’ “.

A clear and concise message that did not go unnoticed. What the young woman did not expect is that the response was so massive. In just 24 hours your tweet already had shared more than a thousand times, and now it already exceeds 13,000. But most importantly: his father began receiving dozens of calls to make an appointment in his workshop.

An avalanche of solidarity that this young woman could not believe. After his first message, he shared on Twitter the emotion of his father by not stopping receiving calls and messages, to even fill all the gaps available for your workshop: “My dad is amazed, today is the first day that you need to open from nine in the morning for a long time, “he said.

An answer that has been appreciated both for her and for her father: “And it’s all thanks to you guys”, which has become a example of solidarity in the midst of a pandemic thanks to social networks.

Source: Telecinco – Noticias de última hora, realities y series by www.telecinco.es.

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