New York Giants QB Eli Manning Works Shift at Dunkin’ Donuts
From an appearance on Saturday Night Live to hanging out at the White House, Eli Manning has stayed busy this offseason since the New York Giants defeated the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI. Now, it appears Manning can add another achievement to his list of busy offseason activities–working a shift at a local Dunkin’ Donuts.
The photo above shows Manning working at a Dunkin’ Donuts in Metro, New York on Tuesday morning as the quarterback surprised customers when giving them their orders. Apparently, Manning recently agreed to a partnership with the company and decided to spend part of his morning handing out orders to customers in the drive thru.
It’s one thing to run into your favorite athlete out in public, but imagine the coincidence of running into a player like Manning when stopping to get a coffee on your way to work? Either way, I’m sure Manning’s presence helped numerous customers get their Tuesday morning off to a great start and it’s always cool to see athletes take some time out of their busy days to take part in events like this.
Normally, I would have made a joke about how Manning should consider a career change, but it wouldn’t be as funny now considering Peyton’s younger brother has two Super Bowl rings under his belt heading into the 2012 season.
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