Santa Pays An Early Visit To Cape Cod Eateries At Marylou's Coffee in Hyannis, Mass., a man delivered 15 envelopes to employees, each containing $100. He did the same thing at Dunkin' Donuts. He's described as having white hair and a white beard.

Santa Pays An Early Visit To Cape Cod Eateries

Santa Pays An Early Visit To Cape Cod Eateries

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At Marylou's Coffee in Hyannis, Mass., a man delivered 15 envelopes to employees, each containing $100. He did the same thing at Dunkin' Donuts. He's described as having white hair and a white beard.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Santa Claus came early to the village of Hyannis on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. At a pink-painted coffee shop called Marylou's, a man walked in to deliver 15 envelopes to employees, each containing a crisp $100 bill. One employee described the stranger as having white hair and a white beard. A day later, this Saint Nick gave the same gift to employees at a nearby Dunkin' Donuts. He turned down a cup of coffee, instead saying, it is the season of giving. Indeed it is.

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