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article imageUtah man uses unlimited pasta pass to feed the homeless

By Mandy Robinson     Nov 30, 2014 in Lifestyle
Ogden - Olive Garden recently allowed customers to buy an unlimited pasta pass. One man bought this pass but instead of using it to feed himself helped out the homeless by feeding them from his pasta pass.
This man in Ogden, Utah bought the unlimited pasta pass. My Fox 8 shared that Matt Tribe originally bought it to use for himself but then he found a better idea. Why not share the wealth and let everyone enjoy unlimited pasta?
He was able to feed 125 people off of his pasta pass. His friend Ben Taylor spoke out about it and said:
“I thought, what have I done to deserve this. He explained to me what he was doing, he was just giving out random acts of pasta to neighbors, friends, and even homeless people, and I thought, that’s kind of a cool story."
He paid $100 for the unlimited pasta pass online. Matt shared that UPS brought the pasta pass to his door and he realized he would not be eating that much pasta. Over a month, he went to Olive Garden several times during the day and then delivered the pasta to other people to eat it. Obviously he was able to get it to go if he wanted and so that is what he did every single time.
Sometimes he would take it to friends and other times Matt would walk up to homeless people handing them a nice meal. It was obvious he made their day as he delivered Olive Garden up and down the street. They shook his hands and thanked him for the nice meal he brought their way. Matt thanked Olive Garden for making their day better, but really it was him with his random act of kindness. Hopefully Matt Tribe inspired other people to do their own random acts of kindness and make someone's day better.
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