YOU'VE BEEN TIPPED OVER!

What does it mean?!

That person you waited on felt God nudge them to leave a larger-than-usual tip.

You’re an important part of this community. You make life a little better and a little brighter for the people you serve every day. And while you probably run across the occasional “hard to please” customer, your service IS appreciated. Thank you for doing what you do!

Hope being "Tipped Over" brightened your day a bit!

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Surprised by a larger-than-usual tip? How’d it feel when you were TIPPED OVER? 

(Or if YOU tipped someone over and have a story to share, let us know.)

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  • Want to be part of it?

    It's simple. Just look for any opportunity to show love to those who serve us!

    Leave a larger-than-usual tip. (You decide how much. Maybe it's 25%, or maybe it's 70%. Something that fits your budget.)

    On the receipt, write:

    "You've been tipped over! Check out beentippedover.com"

    When we serve or give just to make someone's life a little better - with no agenda but authentic love - the heart of Jesus is expressed.

    Thanks for helping Share the Love this summer!

Tipped Over Stories

Amanda

A slow Thursday morning, 2 lovely ladies came in for lunch. Didn't know that would be my only table for the day. Thanks for going above and beyond!

Natasha

I work in a small mom and pop pizza place; my cook accidentally messed up and forgot half my order. The customer was OK and not mad at all I had it recooked and replaced fast. They were nice the whole time, and their total was just over $15. They tipped me a $10 more! They even wrote this note on the back of the receipt. Thank you to those customers because all my tips rite now are going towards buying me a car!

Ginny

I am a hairstylist, and we make a baseline wage where i work so tips are very much an essential part of our income. There have been many times I've "Been Tipped Over," but one instance stands out to me and brought me to tears. Last Christmas, a kind man paid with a $100 bill and left saying, "Keep the change merry christmas."