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It is certainly never too late to do the right thing.
A bar in Lincoln, Nebraska recently received an envelope in an attempt to do the right thing after many years. The envelope contained $500 and a letter from an anonymous source apologizing for breaking their sign years ago. The current owners were shocked since the sign hadn’t recently been damaged at all.
However, after reviewing it they realized that the letter was referencing an event that happened 45 years ago. The Zoo Bar has been open for 46 years and the current owners took it over 18 years ago. The note read, “45 years ago I broke the Zoo Bar sign. Here is my restitution.” The envelope apparently had no return address on it.
Now the current owner happened to have worked as a bartender back in the day and says that he remembers hearing about the sign-breaking-incident when he began working there over 33 years ago.
The owner would like to find out who the person was behind the letter and payment. He says that a thank you would definitely be in order.
Source: 1011 News