Customers at a California donut shop line up early every morning to buy out the store so the owner can spend time with his sick wife
CBS Los Angeles
Donut City owners John and Stella Chhan have owned their shop in Seal Beach, California, south of Los Angeles, for three decades.
But when customers learned that Stella, 63, suffered an aneurysm in September, they wanted to help John, 62, spend more time with his wife instead of serving them.
So they now line up early every morning and buy donuts by the dozens to help sell out the shop.
Customers at a California donut shop are buying donuts by the dozen so the store’s owner can spent more time with his ailing wife.
For the last three decades, Donut City owners John and Stella Chhan have owned their shop in Seal Beach, California, south of Los Angeles.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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