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Ramblin’ Ray Stevens raises money for man walking 3 hours each way to work and back

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Roselle 3. (WLS) – Braxton Mayes says she enjoys walking, it’s good to walk more than six hours a day – and all the time at work – lorem is broken. And it leaves at 4 am.

“It’s just one of those things,” Mayes said. “You gotta do what you gotta do.”

The 20-year-old former high school football player said it’s already saving on his nails in a 2006 GMC truck. It has about 300.000 miles on it. But in the meantime, and the best way to do that is to make sure his feet are put to work, and they know it.

12 thousand, which was a three-hour walk almost every day between Cicero, Dishes, Netherlands, west of Marathon and the suburbs. However, Mays often walked by himself, and saw the rays of the New York personality that he wanted to portray, he found himself in love with the backstory of Eros.

“Check out this guide for yourself,” said Smith, who works at WLS 890. He is a good, solid person. People are having a hard time finding people to do the work, and here’s a guy who drove three hours down a road just because his truck broke down. “

Stevens started a social media campaign to raise funds to fix Mayes’ truck. And he raised more than $4,000 within days, enough to make repairs.

“I just want to make sure it’s suitable for everybody to drive a truck, say,” said Eric Schmidt of Yakis Friendly Ford.

He was taken to the Mayes Works, and was strong enough to walk. But it’s through the grace of donations, most of which are $5 and $10 and go into smaller donations.

“It brought me to tears,” Mays said. “I didn’t know when they came out to fix it or take money, how often I wanted to walk.”

The repairs were expected to be completed in the next two days. Meanwhile, it did not seem to say that walking to work is now under discussion.

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