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Heroes of the Night

When I was a little girl my father drove a Terrano. That trusty car has been in the family for 13 years. Of course, in those years we had problems with our beloved car, but we couldn’t let it go because it was part of the family. One of my experiences with Terrano was when it broke down in the afternoon. You must be thinking, “That’s unfortunate!” However, it was in fact one of my most memorable experiences with the Terrano.

Let me tell you a story.

Once upon a time, a father was driving with his wife next to him. The father and his wife have a daughter who was sitting at the back sit of the car looking outside the window with awe. Everything was fine and dandy…

….until the car broke down.

The father and the mother quickly acted. The father investigated the engine hoping to try and fix the problem while the mother helped the father and kept watch of their daughter. Minutes passed, and the father still have not found the problem. He immediately called for repair shops he knew. Unfortunately, it was lunch time which means most of the stores were taking their break. After several calls, one finally answered to the family’s distress. They were kind and helpful towards the situation the family was in. The daughter watched with wonder as the workers worked to solve the problem. Soon they finished and luckily the family got to their home safely. On the way to their home, the daughter was grateful for the heroes who were the WAN and onLI people who responded and helped them in their situation. Turns out it was the same company I am working with right now—Acom Trading.

To most people, they would consider it as one of their worst experiences in life. To me, that day was memorable because I got to meet Acom Fam, whom I consider as one of the best people.

Bad luck happens to all of us but we must see the bright side and be hopeful because a positive attitude can make all the difference. Have a wonderful day and God Bless you! A friendly reminder from the Acom Fam.

Written by Megan Velasco