Big Surprise for New York City Police Officer

Imagine a stranger wearing a suit strolling into your backyard during a family barbecue. He’s carrying balloons, the title to your car and the keys to another car.

Sound too good to be true? But that’s exactly what happened to NYPD veteran Michael Dee.

Dee became Toyota’s 50 millionth customer when he bought a Camry earlier this year from Millennium Toyota in Hempstead, NY. To celebrate the milestone sale, the company worked with his family to surprise him during a family barbecue in Levittown, N.Y.

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While Dee was busy at the grill, Toyota executive Bill Fay snuck into the backyard and presented him the title. Fay then led a flabbergasted Dee to his driveway, where a new 2013 RAV4 waited.

Dee, who will soon celebrate his 20th year of service with the NYPD, was speechless… at first. “I don’t know what say!” he exclaimed. “This is phenomenal. I can’t explain how much this means to my family and how grateful we are to Toyota! The whole ‘thank you’ thing just doesn’t seem to cut it. It’s a day I’ll never forget.”

In the picture above: Bill Fay, Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. group vice president and general manager of the Toyota Division, surprises Michael Dee — Toyota’s 50 millionth customer — with a brand new RAV4 and paid off car loans.

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Rakesh Raman