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I’m The Cab Driver with The Free Candies And Chocolates, Next Level Karaoke, Booming Sound System And Disco Lighting! Hope This Bring A Little Happiness To You:)
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Dear Fans & Friends, This is the design of my Touch Screen Karaoke System, which is on the way from California. I’m very Thankful to Felix Garcia from Acekaraoke.com he is one of the Best web designer in USA. I’m also very Thankful to Eliset Velazquez, she customized the
Dear Fans & Friends, One of my twitter fans (@ahhnalin Anna Lingeris) is a Hershey’s public relation senior manager. She is extremely sweet individual and is kind enough to send me 233 pounds of candies and chocolates for my upcoming CandyCab.
Dear fans and friends, I am blessed and honored to be on Meredith Vieira Show! @MeredithShow Meredith has a great team where everyone is very friendly. Thanks Meredith @meredithvieira and your team for supporting me.
Mansoor Khalid’s Candy Cab may look like a regular New York taxi on the outside, but step inside and you’ll find a candy lover’s paradise. The cab is filled with all-you-can-eat free sweets: hard candies in the summer, chocolate in the winter. But no matter when you take a
Mansoor Khalid was devastated when his 2-year-old son died in April after a long battle with heart disease. But the resilient cab driver refused to let the tragedy overtake his generous spirit, the Daily News reports. “I learned a lot of things,” Khalid told the news outlet of how he
A New York City cab driver has created his own perfect blend of PR, marketing, and social media—all by offering free candy to his passengers.
Mansoor Khalid, 37, an electrical engineer graduate from Pakistan who's driven a cab since 1996,has turned his taxi into a Willy Wonka factory on wheels by filling his car with boatloads of candy. The sign in his cab reads, “No eating or drinking inside this car. Except candies.” And the
"Candy cabbie" Mansoor Khalid gives passengers as much candy as they want. Now that’s one sweet ride. Taxi driver Mansoor Khalid is on a one-man mission to cheer up New Yorkers with a daily dose of candy. “The New York life is not the easy life,” Khalid, 36, told the
“No eating or drinking inside this car,” reads a sign in Mansoor Khalid’s cab, “Except candies.” There are plenty of them. Mr. Khalid keeps the back dashboard of his yellow cab stocked with a layer of candy thick enough to induce envy in the most successful trick-or-treater. “Turn around; see