ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - Video of an exchange between a Starbucks employee and a customer in Florida has gone viral.
The video shows a woman pulling up to the drive-thru menu at a Starbucks in St. Augustine. The barista greets her and then there are a few seconds of silence before the barista appears, in live video, on the menu. The customer, Rebecca King, is deaf and the two begin to use sign language to complete the order.
King posted the video of the interaction to her Facebook page, writing “Starbucks! This is what I'm talking about! Share it away! We can change the world!”
So far, that Facebook post has been shared more than 240,000 times.
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