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This Waitress Is About To Get A $500 Tip. Watch Her Reaction.

When Aaron Collins passed away in July 2012, his final wish was for his family to go out for pizza and leave a $500 tip for the waiter or waitress. Here’s how it went down.



Since then, Aaron’s family has given $500 tips to waiters and waitresses for 43 weeks. (You read that right!) And you can watch each and every one of them on aaroncollins.org or on his brother Seth’s YouTube channel.
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