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Score one for the GOOD Guys! Pizza Inn in South Carolina Defends Worker with Autism.

Heart pizzaNote: The media, social and anti-social is so full of anger, vitriol, friendship lost over politics,, over bodily autonomy that this story made my day. I'm 100% New Englander. A Yankee (from Red Sox Nation.) A NAWTHerner....   I was hoping Amanda Cartagine of Pizza Inn would give the culprit a good old fashioned Southern "bless his heart....."  :)  Sometimes it does take uno villagio. Thanks to her for her generous spirit. You can visit her website here!

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By Jocelyn Neo, The Epoch Times

A customer complained to the owner of a Pizza Inn in South Carolina about an employee with autism in the fall of 2018 and asked her to hang a sign to caution the patrons. Respecting good business ethics, the owner heeded the suggestion of the customer but did so in a way to emphasize a different point—and she did it in a style worth appreciating. The sign read:

“We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer and hire all of God’s children.”

Amanda Cartagine owns the Pizza Inn on Woodruff Road in Greenville. The restaurant seems like any other fast food outlet, but there’s one notable thing that makes the place one of a kind—out of the crew of 16 employees, 10 have special needs.

“These are like my kids, and it made me angry,” Cartagine told WYFF. “I wanted to do something that was not rude, but got my point across.”  READ MORE HERE.

Comments

Marianna

Excellent comeback! Hits just the right tone. God Bless them all.

Bob Moffit

A fine example of the old adage .. ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS .. where this courageous, compassionate woman actually does a lot more than just bring "awareness" to autism by giving her "employees" a job .. as opposed to AUTISM SPEAKS … where all they do is TALK about autism as a "gift" that requires neither identifying the CAUSE OR CURE.

I am as proud of her employees as she is … knowing how difficult their lives are from personal experience. Praying some day to have my precious grandchild EMPLOYED in a job he will enthusiastically perform if he is given the chance to do so.

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