An Internet marketing firm in South Florida rewarded its hard-working accountant with a new SUV last week.
Last Thursday, accountant Chris Ninos, 52, thought he was going out for lunch with his coworkers. They insisted on swinging by a local Ford dealership to pick up the company's CEO, Brandon Rosen, who was getting his car serviced there.
When Ninos walked into the dealership, however, he was handed the keys to a brand-new Ford Escape.
"Some people said they thought I was going to have a coronary right there," Ninos, who was celebrating his 52nd birthday that day, told the SunSentinel. "I went to sit in the car and I almost started to cry."
The car title is in his name. It is not a company car.
Ninos, a self-described "typical CPA," has been the chief financial officer at Internet marketing firm BMI Elite for the pastRead More »from Bosses buy car for hard-working employee