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Harley-Davidson Refuses Military Wife’s Late Payment, Then She Sees Note They Attached

When Harley-Davidson dealership owner Dennis Packee wrote a letter to a soldier’s wife, he didn’t expect it to go viral. He was just trying to reach out to an individual who he knew was going through a hard time. And although he wrote the letter from the heart, he could never have guessed that it would touch thousands when it was shared online.

Before being deployed overseas, Christopher Walters rented a space to store his motorcycle at Reiman’s Harley-Davidson. While away, his wife Jaime failed to stay on top of the rental space payments. With two children to take care of, she was overwhelmed with the responsibility now that Christopher left for his tour of duty.

Because unexpected problems popped up, Jaime fell behind on the Harley-Davidson payments. And when she realized her mistake, she sent the late check in the mail with a long apology. Now Dennis Packee’s response has gone viral…

In her letter, Jamie explained why the payment was late. And when Dennis read her reason, he refused to take her money. He knew that she needed it more than him.

“You send that money back to her,” he told his office employee. “I never, ever!”

Decades ago, Dennis was almost drafted into the Vietnam War. But when he had his medical  exam, he was discharged. Since then, he has understood the sacrifices the men and women who serve make on a regular basis.

And Dennis has always been looking for creative ways to give back. When he saw Jamie’s letter and late payment, he knew this was one of those opportunities.

Accepting Jamie’s money was not only a problem for Dennis, it was against a policy Dennis instituted more than 18 years ago.

He wrote back to Jamie, returning her money, and explaining the dealership policy.

“Enclosed, you will find the check you mailed to us regarding the account of Christopher,” Dennis’s letter read. “It is the policy of Reiman’s Harley-Davidson to waive storage fees for our active duty service members who are deployed. It is our honor to keep your bike safe and secure while you provide us with our freedoms.”

And he forgot all about it…

Until he received calls of goodwill. Random people started thanking him. Jamie posted Dennis’s letter online and it went viral…

Because Dennis doesn’t even use Facebook, he didn’t understand how it worked. But the attention didn’t just shock him, but increased his love for America.

“It was impossible to answer them all. I got to thinking, this is America and people DO care. They care about their soldiers and they’re expressing that,” Dennis said. “America is still America. I was a little worried about how our country was going, and to see people step forward in this way, it’s just enlightened me. A small effort like this, and look where it’s gone. Maybe more will do the same thing.”