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This Cop Noticed A Blue Line On The Woman’s Car. The Reason Behind It Will Warm Your Heart!




April Killingsworth who comes from Walker County, TX happens to be Tangent Sign’s manager.  Tangent Signs is a firm that creates stickers, banners and signs. One time, April thought it was good for her car to have some blue line sticker

She was doing so to show the much she supported the local law enforcers and the solidarity could be symbolized by the blue line.

On her Facebook post, she revealed that the blue sticker could be given by Tangent Signs to any person who was willing to have them. Since she wasn’t sure people will show up to show their support for the cops, she requested only 5 stickers to be made by an employee.

Though not all support our cops, there are always great cops who never fail to touch the hearts of those they serve. Little Jayden Witsells knows it better since she took his time to write letters to all locals officers showing how thankful he was for the kind of service they offer.

I believe she was not wrong in what she decided to do. Different people came from all parts of East Texas to show the much they supported her idea. But it was the presence of one person in the crowd that showed her how special her mission was.

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April Killingsworth, manager of Tangent Signs, a store the specializes in car decals, decided it would be a great idea to put a blue stripe decal on her car. The reason? To support police officers around the nation. She wanted to share the message so she posted on Facebook that she would be giving out the stickers to anyone who wanted them. But never in a million years did she expect this to happen…

 

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“When we first posted it, it was kind of a sporadic thing that morning,” April said. “I asked my employee to cut a few blue stripes, and he asked how many and I told him five. We’ll be lucky if five people even show up.”

 

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Well, April needed more than five stickers. In just 48 hours, the cars lined up.

“It was unbelievable,” Killingsworth exclaimed. “I made the turn and I was like, ‘Oh wow look at all of this!’ I had to fight to get into my driveway.”

She completely lost count of how many she’s had to print.

“I don’t even know how many stripes have been cut and stuck and given away,” April said. “It’s insane.”

 

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People from all over East Texas drove to show their support for local law enforcement.

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It was when cops began to drive 40 miles to Tangent Signs just to get a sticker that April really knew she had done something special.

“It was a little bit of a trip, [the wait was] about half of an hour,” said Ahleeha Price from the Crockett Police Department. “To get that thin blue line and to show my support for my law enforcement family, it’s definitely worth it.”

 

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“NYPD officers emailed us yesterday on Facebook,” Killingsworth said. “We had California this morning, and Minnesota was the very first one to contact us.”

But don’t worry if you can’t get your hands on one of these blue stickers. People around the country are using the “thin blue line” to show their support in other ways.

One family painted a thin blue line on their curb to let officers know the neighborhood supports them.

 

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See more of how Tangent Signs is spreading their message about supporting the good cops out there in the video above!

Please SHARE if you think the “thin blue line” is a brilliant way that communities can show their support for local law enforcement!


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