Before Courtney Adams’ husband returned from serving in Germany he know he wanted to surprise his dad for his birthday. Courtney reached out to her local Texas Road House in Orange Park about reserving a table for a homecoming surprise. Even though the restaurant doesn’t reserve tables they made an exception and they also went further than that. The staff made sure to close the blinds so that her husband wouldn’t be spotted making an entrance, the manager recorded the surprise on his cellphone, covered the cost of the family’s meal, and even special ordered a cake for them.
Texas restaurant makes soldier’s surprise homecoming extra special
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