Patch Hurty loves cars and thought it would be awesome to have a logo or decal from every company.
So, the 6-year-old wrote a letter to 50 companies.
In the letters, he explained his love for cars and included a photo of himself standing in front of one of that company’s cars.
Then the responses started rolling in.
Volvo sent a huge grille badge, a frisbee, and a lot of other goodies.
Jeep apologized for having no badges but sent a metal sign, a hat, a pen, and a keychain.
Bentley sent the center cap from a wheel.
BMW wrote, “It’s great that you enjoy watching Ultimate Driving Machines cruise past your house and we are happy to send you the enclosed shiny, new BMW emblem to add to your collection.”
Lincoln included an original pencil sketch of a Continental.
Suzuki noted that it stopped selling cars in the U.S. in 2014, but they still sent a key ring, stickers, and brochures for their motorcycles.
Isuzu included Hot Wheels–size models.
Infiniti sent a handwritten card that was signed by nine people.
Volkswagen wrote, “Your letters have made a lot of people in our offices happy, Patch. I am very glad that you took the time to reach out and share your dream. Keep spreading happiness and good things will come your way.”