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All of us at Pool Troopers are continuously inspired by the men and women who put their lives on the line by their dedication and service to our military, police and fire departments and other first responders throughout our Country.
In fact, our first experience in giving back to those we admire most started years ago when we had the Cold Stone Creamery truck at our Tampa, FL office for a team celebration, and spontaneously decided to send the truck to our local fire department station as a thank you for their service.
When we told the Cold Stone staff what we wanted them to do, they were thrilled to be part of the surprise. Although it took a couple of trips to find someone at the firehouse, they finally were able to treat some very happy firefighters to ice cream from an anonymous business in their neighborhood!
That’s when we made the commitment as a team to start our own Invisible Hero Program.
Had a great experience being an invisible hero yesterday at Wrights Gourmet Deli! My wife and I were in line at a sandwich shop paying for our lunch. I noticed that there was a military guy in fatigues a couple of people behind me. I told the cashier to keep my card and pay for that guys lunch and don?t tell him who paid his lunch but just say thanks. When he tried to pay for his lunch the cashier told him that someone wanted to thank him for his service. His first impression was "no, really?" and then it turned into "Wow, I am honored"! It was an awesome thing to watch. The invisible hero striked again!!!