Hy-Vee is getting a lot of attention after what a sign out front says about U.S. veterans
A Kansas grocery store is getting a bit more attention than they thought they would after what they recently placed in front of their store. As it turns out, the owners placed a sign out front that resulted in the company getting a little more than they expected – and it all stems from what they had to say about our U.S. veterans.
The matter was most recently shared on the Facebook pro-police page called Ohio Going Blue when a fan of their page sent in a picture from Hy-Vee, a grocery store in Manhattan, Kansas. However, it’s not so much the store that has everyone’s attention as it is a sign that management recently put out front. In fact, all it will take is one look and you too, like so many others who have seen it, will understand why the store is getting a bit more attention than they likely anticipated.
As seen in the picture, the display simply reads, “SUPER HERO PARKING ONLY; Veterans, Active Duty, EMT’s, Police Force, Firefighters.” In short, they reserved a few parking spaces toward the front of the lot, closest to the store, for the brave men and women who selflessly serve our country.
Even better yet, it seems that this location isn’t the only place that has done it as others were quick to comment with their own pictures. Although these surely aren’t the only other cities that do the same, Facebook users state that they’ve seen signs in Fairfield and Johnston, Iowa as well.
Signs spotted in Fairfield, Iowa (left) and Johnston, Iowa (right)
This nation truly is a great place, and it’s largely because of those who volunteer to put their lives on the line every day. Fortunately, Hy-Vee did a perfect job calling them exactly what they are as sometimes the word “hero” alone just doesn’t seem to be enough.
Fortunately, with President Donald Trump in office, this kind of patriotism and respect is making a comeback in this country – and rightfully so. The left really has done some damage here in America, but it’s high time we take our country back, and small gestures like the one that Hy-Vee is doing seem like the perfect place to start.