Only one post on Facebook has changed the attendance at the cafe to 500 people

Likestory.net I stumbled on an inspiring story that proves that humanity still lives in this world.
And this story is not about saving the world.

Sometimes a single small act to change someone’s life for the better. And happened last.

Only one post on Facebook has changed the attendance at the cafe to 500 people

One day pretty hungry Colin Ross decided to go to the cafe called “Whitbie’s Fish and chips” in Lethbridge, Canada. He prepared to stand a while in the queue of the guests of the cafes, given that it was a holiday. What was Hugo surprise when he saw that besides him in the café is only one person. And this man is a cafe owner 70 year old John McMillan.

Only one post on Facebook has changed the attendance at the cafe to 500 people

He noticed that the place was very cozy, clean and well maintained. Ross ordered the halibut. The food was very tasty. They had a conversation during which Macmillan said that going to close the cafe, as not able longer to contain.

Only one post on Facebook has changed the attendance at the cafe to 500 people

Ross came up with an interesting idea. He suggested to Macmillan the help in the form of a small advertisement of the institution. So there was a post on the page Colin in Facebook.
The results were not long in coming. Soon John did not rebound from customers. The next day, “Whitbie’s Fish & chips” was attended by 500 people.

Only one post on Facebook has changed the attendance at the cafe to 500 people

For the first time in 7 years, the cafe started to be popular. Fortunately John didn’t have boundaries.

Only one post on Facebook has changed the attendance at the cafe to 500 people

This story interested journalists. In an interview, John said that having his own restaurant that would please people, it was his longtime dream. Thanks to Colin and it came true.

Only one post on Facebook has changed the attendance at the cafe to 500 people

“Today I first visited the restaurant “Whitbie’s fish & Chips”, and I only had one 70-year-old man, the owner of this place.

After talking with him I found out he can’t even pay a salary to myself at the end of the day. The owner of the cafe is a very good man, he has invested heart and soul in this place, so I’m asking everyone to support this gentleman. He really deserves this. In our power to make this world a little better. Thank you.”