Krispy Kreme Worker Stuns Customer With Exactly What He Ordered
Jia Jiang is on a quest and he's looking for rejection. Jiang is trying to overcome his fear of rejection by making at least one crazy request a day for 100 days but after three days, he's already failed when one request was taken seriously and soon became reality.
Last week Jiang walked into a Krispy Kreme Doughnut shop in Austin, Texas and asked for five doughnuts in the same shape and color as the Olympic symbol and to make it seem even more difficult he said he wanted it in fifteen minutes. Much to his surprise, a shift leader at the store named Jackie Braun took him seriously and after a few minutes of sketching it out on piece of paper, made his order.
I was honestly just hoping for a 'no' and to go home," Jiang told Yahoo News in an interview on Monday. "I was overwhelmed, I couldn't believe it," Jiang said. "I went home and tweeted to Krispy Kreme and blogged about it. I wanted the world to know about what she did."
Not only did he get his order exactly how he asked but Braun gave it to him for free. "It wasn't exactly what he wanted," Braun told Yahoo News. "To my eyes, it wasn't perfect, so I didn't think I should charge him for it. It was the best I could do in the time allotted."
Since this video hit the web a campaign to get Jackie a raise and a promotion has been launched under the comment section of the video on YouTube and now Jiang has launched a Facebook page to support Jackie and even returned to the store a few days later to thank her again.
"It was a simple thing," Braun, who's been with Krispy Kreme for five years, said. "The Olympic symbol was the only unusual part, because they're not on TV right now. But we do orders like that every day. We're here to make people happy."
You can check out the Facebook page here Give Jackie at Krispy Kreme a Raise and check out the video below. if you pause it at 4:31 you get a good look at this unique work of art.