A couple from California had experienced the saying that "love has no boundaries." Thanks to the help of family, friends, social media, and German automobile company, Audi.
Gus Renaud and Jessie Caballero decided to tie the knot at Rattlesnake Ledge near North Bend in Seattle Washington last Friday. According to King 5, the couple wanted the ceremony to be intimate, with very important people, along with the videographer.
Renaud and Caballero took a road trip with the Jeep and then tow their trailer behind. The soon-to-be married couple was supposed to visit Yosemite and other travel destinations behind hitting the wedding location.
Unfortunately, the jeep broke down somewhere in Nevada. They were stuck. Then, they have learned that fixing the vehicle will take a week and would cost more.
Since the wedding date is already planned, Caballero posted the problem on Facebook. After asking friends for some advice, one of the couple's friends created a GoFundMe page to help the struggling partners.
Meanwhile, American actress Sophia Bush also shared their story on Instagram. The post got more than 46k likes as of writing, wherein she tagged Audi and other car companies. Kindly read the update below:
"Over the course of the last 5 hours, so many people have jumped in to try and help these two. We have a car en route to them now -- with a trailer hitch for their #tinyhouse and two pups!! -- and tomorrow we will be sure to post the full update. HUMANS ARE AMAZING AND THE WORLD IS GLORIOUS AND GOOD K BYYYYYYE."
A day after the post went viral, Audi loaned a brand new SUV for the duo to use so they could make it to Seattle in time for the ceremony. And now they will live happily ever after.
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