Tim's employee serves in "Winner Style"

Aissa Boodhoo-Leegsma
March 7, 2013
This article was published more than 2 years ago.
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There’s nothing quite like winning Roll Up the Rim. But when you win in the student centre, Terri Marshall makes your win even more memorable.

Marshall has become an overnight celebrity for serenading students with cheers and a “Winner-Style” dance.

A student customer first filmed Teri during her cheer and posted the clip on YouTube. The YouTube video clip is entitled, “Tim Horton’s Employee of the Year?”. When the video first went up, Marshall was unaware of it. Within the first two days the clip received 77, 000 views.

As of Friday morning, the video had close to 600,000 views.

Terri is well known for being a friendly face in the Student Centre.

“Terri is the nicest person. A lot of students don’t know her personally but she goes out of her way to say the sweetest things and exponentially brightens all of our days,“ said YouTube user Whitneh23 in a comment on the video.

When asked what her secret was to being so cheery, she said simply, “it’s just in my nature.”

“I love doing things to shock and catch students' eye.”

Marshall explained how she came up with “Winner Style” this year, after students kept coming up to her asking when Roll Up the Rim season was beginning. Students were so accustomed to her dancing and cheering last year that she came up with “Winner Style” as something new for this year.

The story has grown exponentially, and reached news outlets all over Canada, including CHCH, CBC, Huffington Post Canada, Yahoo Canada and Canoe.ca.

“As a regular Tim’s customer, going every day, Terri is always over-the-top friendly to everyone. Campus is lucky to have her," said Mac student Andrew Terefenko.

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