Transcript for Waitresses receive $1,400 tip from charitable group
Finally tonight, two waitresses in Ohio serving up country fried steaks and scrambled eggs day-in and day-out getting a holiday surprise from some secret santas. It's "America strong." At this Bob Evans restaurant outside Dayton, Ohio, an amazing group is about to spread some holiday cheer. It's for you guys. Merry Christmas. Reporter: And two waitresses are about to get one great Christmas gift. We just saw this as a way to do one tiny, little thing to make somebody's Christmas a little bit nicer. Reporter: That's Tina Rogal, part of the secret group called the breakfast santas. Their instructions are simple. Have breakfast, put money in a bag, and whatever is left over goes to the server. The mission is to just bless someone for the holiday season. And really to spur other people to do the same thing. Reporter: Dayton, Ohio, has seen its share of heartache this year. And the group has chosen to primarily focus on areas hit hard by tornadoes. We had 15 tornadoes come through the Dayton region on memorial day weekend. A lot of pain has been happening in Dayton this year. Reporter: And here's the moment. The breakfast santas in action. Our group is called breakfast santas and we each contribute $100 and we come to breakfast. And this is for you guys. Merry Christmas. If you look inside there, there's about $1,400. Reporter: You heard it right, $1,400. But that's not the last of the breakfast santas. We are doing it again. We are not saying when and we're not saying where, because we really want it to be a surprise. We just want you to know that there are really good people in this world. All right! There are really good people. Tonight we salute the breakfast santas for being "America strong." Thanks for watching. I'm Tom llamas in New York. "Gma" first thing in the morning. David Muir will be right back here tomorrow night. Have a great evening. Good night.
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