When I took These Brundidge Babies to Camping World to go shopping for RV supplies before we hit the road, I was overwhelmed by how kind and supportive the entire staff was. Having three kids with autism who often times ask the same questions over and over again, people get easily annoyed by their pestering. But everyone at Camping World was so patient with them. Daniel asked one man his name about fifty-leven times and each and every single time, the service technician answered “My name is Aaron, buddy.” to which my son replied “Hi, my name is Daniel, it’s nice to meet you.” I cried all the way home because I was so grateful. I knew I had to do something to show the staff my appreciation, so the next day, I made gift bags for everyone, drove to Monticello and passed them out. I don’t know if Marcus Lemonis has a training to teach his staff how to take care of customers who have special needs children or if the workers are just this kind and sweet or both. It wasn’t much in the bag, a card, #SHElettaMakesMeLaugh shirt, sweet treats and a copy of Cameron Goes To School, but i was compelled to do something to let them all know their work is valued by me and other families who shop there who have kids with special needs.