Chris Veseth was born with cerebral palsy, but that doesn’t stop him from bringing the biggest smile possible to everyone who walks through the door of his Lowe’s home improvement store. The 17-year-veteran door greeter makes everyone around him feel comfortable, so when his co-workers noticed the sad state of his wheel chair they had to do something. Chris couldn’t afford a new chair and had resorted to using tape to hold everything together. After co-workers started an online fundraiser they were shocked to see more than $24,000 in the account, triple their original goal. Watch their heartwarming story in the video below.