Michigan Car Dealership Goes Viral For Responding To Panhandler Not Accepting Job
A Brighton, MI car dealership is going viral for its clever response to a panhandler standing in front of their car lot begging for money.
A panhandler standing outside of a Brighton car dealership will be finding a new place to beg for change after the dealership posted a sign warning potential doners to not donate.
The dealership put the sign in front of the lot after they offered the panhandler a job and he declined saying "I make more than any of you" and turned down the $10 an hour gig.
More than 60,000 people have shared the sign located at 8294 Grand River Avenue off of I-96 in Brighton. The man has not been seen at the dealership and the sign is gone, but best believe this is a great way to keep people from begging who can work from standing in front of your business.