Mercedes Suarez could not believe it when she got her new motorcycle. Alamo Cycle Plex gifted it to her after the business learned of the theft of her old bike.

San Antonio good Samaritan story receives national shine from 'The Kelly Clarkson Show'
San Antonio good Samaritan story receives national shine from ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’

Mercedes Suarez, a licensed vocational nurse at Brookdale Hamilton Wolfe, assisted living facility, found her 2004 Kawasaki 250 Ninja stolen in April. She had reported the crime to the San Antonio Police Department. Officers from the department found Suarez’s bike later, but it was damaged heavily.

Story Moves Cycle Plex Owner

Mercedes Suarez’s story received local coverage. Alamo Cycle Plex owner Dave Sears heard her story. The fact that Suarez belonged to the medical fraternity also motivated Sears to do something for her. He helped out by gifting Suarez a new 2019 Kawasaki 400 Ninja worth $5,300.

Suarez’s story has now become national. “The Kelly Clarkson Show” featured the remarkable act of kindness last Thursday in its online segment. The show is also highlighting people who are “stepping up in their communities.”

Story Goes National

In a video sent to the show, Local nurse Mercedes Suarez said, “We appreciate you showing off this story to the world — what our nurses and frontline workers mean to us. We’re just glad that Alamo Cycle Plex here in San Antonio, Texas, could help.”

“Talk about a super sweet story,” a description on the show’s YouTube account says about the Good Samaritan story.

Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, unwillingly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. It is such acts of kindness that reaffirm our faith in the almighty and keep this great country going.

Such an amazing story of kindness from the heart. There are always opportunities to do good for others. What do you think about such unselfish acts? Share your comments in the comments section below and share in the good. Do good…it’s in you!!


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