Candy Jett Is This Week’s Caught in the Act Recipient
Once in a while you hear the story of a person who is truly the "miracle" for those they encounter.
Candy Jett is just such a person!
For the homeless of Shreveport/Bossier, Candy is the "miracle lady" who not only provides them with a free meal each and every Saturday, but she gives them the respect they desire so badly.
We learned of Candy's amazing mission and all that make her such an incredible person when we received her nomination letter from Morgan Sewell, and when you read that letter, you'll see exactly why she was such an easy choice to name as this week's recipient of the Kiss Country Caught in the Act Award!
To know Candy Jett is to love her. Her loud and vibrant personality fill up any room she walks into. What started out as a customer in my store, she quickly became a friend with her sweet spirit and constant ray of encouragement as a fellow business owner herself. She is the biggest cheerleader for all small businesses across the SBC. If you’re friends with her on Facebook, you know she truly is always sharing the great, local businesses we have and she genuinely supports all of them. She’s constantly lifting people up and is a great example of being the hands and feet of Jesus. Besides being the best cheerleader, she also heads up feeding the homeless in downtown Shreveport every single Saturday. Every Saturday morning her and her crew that she has orchestrated is downtown spreading love and food with homeless citizens of the Shreveport/Bossier area. This isn’t an easy task to put together over and over, week after week, but rest assured she is going to do it! Candy is someone you want in your corner and I’m happy to know her as a friend!
Candy Jett, because you've been 'Caught in the Act' the gang at Silver Star Smokehouse have a $100 Gift Certificate for you to come have dinner.
Take a listen to the phone call we made to Candy to let her know that she was this week's Caught In The Act Award recipient.
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