Meghann Shaw’s post about a Walmart sales associate helping a blind man with his shopping has gone viral on Facebook, garnering 8,000 shares by Friday evening. Brittany Walton, the sales associate, said she felt compelled to help “Mr. Roy” with his shopping.
Meghann Shaw’s post about a Walmart sales associate helping a blind man with his shopping has gone viral on Facebook, garnering 8,000 shares by Friday evening. Brittany Walton, the sales associate, said she felt compelled to help “Mr. Roy” with his shopping. Courtesy of Meghann Shaw
Meghann Shaw’s post about a Walmart sales associate helping a blind man with his shopping has gone viral on Facebook, garnering 8,000 shares by Friday evening. Brittany Walton, the sales associate, said she felt compelled to help “Mr. Roy” with his shopping. Courtesy of Meghann Shaw

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