Topgolf employees provide shoveling surprise in Centennial neighborhood


Topgolf employees do a snow shoveling good deed

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CENTENNIAL, Colo. -- They arrived in the wee early and cold hours of the morning Tuesday. They intentionally chose a neighborhood in Centennial.

“Some of the houses in this neighborhood are assisted-living houses,” one said.

With shovels in hand and hats on heads, they went to work shoveling as much heavy, wet snow as they possibly could.

They are employees from Topgolf Centennial, a golf-themed entertainment venue, who just wanted to give back.

“If there’s any way we can give back to the community, this is what we’re gonna do. We’ve got the manpower to do it with over 500 associates, so it’s a great opportunity for us to give back and just say we appreciate being in Centennial," one employee said.

Nine employees of Topgolf Centennial met up at 5:30 a.m. At 6 a.m., they went to work shoveling the snow. At 8 a.m., they had to go back to their full-time job.

So what inspired the whole lot? FOX31 Problem Solvers did.

“Just trying to do anything for people who cannot go out and shovel, just to make their life a little bit easier,” employee Zach Ettleman said.

In spite of freezing cold temps, it doesn’t take much to warm up the heart.

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