I’ve already thanked my boss for the gift of a lifetime and I’m going to buy something nice for my wife and think about it.
Foxborough, MA (PRWEB) February 6, 2006
Amidst the cheers of fans for their beloved New England Patriots as they won a wild card game another wild card drama unfolded behind the scenes at Gillette Stadium. Mr. Ronald Green, a veteran cook of SNAPCHEF staffing, was scratching a five dollar Massachusetts lottery ticket after a 12 hour shift. He had scratched a ONE MILLION DOLLAR winner.
At the day’s outset Gillette food services, who uses SNAPCHEF to help feed all the fans, had presented six SNAPCHEF MVP’s for the year with a Patriots Radio and thanked the entire crew of 35 chefs. Owner of SNAPCHEF, Todd Snopkowski, had given everyone scratch tickets as an additional token of gratitude for excellence over 2005 season. Ron got his ticket but put it in his pocket and went to run his station in The Gillette Clubhouse. That was at 1PM!
Mr. Green has had a difficult year marked by financial difficulties for himself and his family. When he saw that he had won he was literarily in disbelief. He went to the head chef and asked for confirmation “is this real?” Then Chef summoned security and Mr. Green was placed in his office with an armed guard. The SNAPCHEF team soon found out and then the word that a cook had won a million dollars went around the stadium.
The cheerleaders appeared and wanted to pose with Mr. Green for the camera. SNAPCHEF teammates all came by to congratulate and then fans were all buzzing with the news.
The Patriots had won and so had the cook! They had a rough start in the season but were potentially en route to the Super Bowl. Ron had a bad year but success was at hand. The Patriots have strong leadership as does SNAPCHEF. Just like the Patriots huddle the SNAPCHEF team has a pre-meal where strategy is outlined. Finally, like the Patriots may have changed football history this fateful evening Mr. Ron Green has changed the course of his and his family’s history forever.
Mr. Green was whisked from the stadium to his home. When asked what he would do he said “I’ve already thanked my boss for the gift of a lifetime and I’m going to buy something nice for my wife and think about it.”
We’re sure he’ll cook up a tasty plan.
Contact: Todd Snopkowski
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