In October, Earline Davis, a call center operator for the newly launched Healthcare.gov received a call that would change the course of her year. It was Sean seeking answers to questions focused on the Affordable Care Act.
For speaking to Sean on-air, Ms. Davis was relieved of her job. However, thanks to the generosity of his listeners, the American public, and the people in Ms. Davis’ community, much has been done to repair the damage inadvertently done.
Hannity personally and generously paid Davis’ salary for one year while vowing to assist her in finding another position within her region (by her request). However, as this story progressed, so did the outpouring of support for Davis’s situation, as did notes of support came pouring into the Sean Hannity radio show.
The show set up a special email inbox for such well wishes and requested encouraging comments be directed there and over the course of six weeks, CafePress volunteered to collect those messages of support and design and print a bound book for Davis to treasure those notes of encouragement.
Excerpts from the book, presented by CafePress CEO Bob Marino to Davis during the Sean Hannity’s December 19th broadcast, can be viewed here