Singing Home Depot Store Greeter Loves Making Customers Smile: 'We Should All Be Uplifting'
"As soon as a customer walks into the building, he's always singing," store manager Oscar Bosque told InsideEdition.com.
Customers at this Florida Home Depot are guaranteed to leave with a smile on their face, thanks to this cheerful store greeter singing praises to everyone who walks in the door.
57-year-old Ken Williams has been working at the Forum Boulevard Home Depot in Fort Myers for the past five years.
"As soon as a customer walks into the building, he's always singing," store manager Oscar Bosque told InsideEdition.com. "Some customers come here with different situations [but] as soon as they see him, they start to smile."
Bosque said Williams was hired as a regular associate trained to work in different departments around the store, but, "When he has this kind of energy, we put him as a door greeter."
From church hymns to Christmas songs, Williams sings it all.
"I do it because you don’t know what a person’s going through in life, and I think we should all be uplifting and be happy," Williams told WINK.
Williams said he was a mixed martial arts fighter in his 20s, but his new path in life represents his growth from a fighter to a lover.
"It's very important we have fun," Bosque said to InsideEdition.com. "Some people are motivated by singing. Everyone's found their way to have fun."
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