"People will come in and say, “What do you mean? I don't understand. Are you trying to buy me a coffee today?” And I say,” No, somebody came in 30 minutes ago and left money to pay for drinks until it runs out,” The Corner Perk owner Josh Cooke said.
It kicked off two years ago with an average-joe customer who left the first one hundred dollar bill.
"It's someone that just has a kind heart and wants that to generate in this area,’ Cooke said of the anonymous donor.
She got what she wanted -- not just customers, but strangers who heard what was happening started paying for people who follow.
"He said I want to do that, too. He just gave me the hundred dollars and left. He didn't even get anything,” Corner Perk’s Sara Clemmons said.
None leaves their name, only their money and a feeling of inspiration jolting this community.
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