For the past two years, 19-year-old Noah Robinson has been living on his own.
He said he left his unstable home life behind and never looked back. He was determined to make a better life for himself.
Six months ago, Robinson started working at Glastender Inc., a family-owned business that makes bar and restaurant equipment, in Saginaw, Michigan. He didn’t have a car, but somehow he still managed to get to work on time every day.
Rain or shine, Robinson would hop on his bike and ride for six and a half miles to the office. Coworkers couldn’t help but appreciate the teen’s dedication.
So, on Robinson’s 19th birthday last week, they decided to surprise him with a new ride — a shiny red car complete with giant ribbon on the hood.
“I was out of words; I was crying,” Robinson told CBS affiliate WNEM. “I was happy.”
Dan McGrandy, an engineering technician at Glastender, helped lead …