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Kohl's thanks woman behind viral Chewbacca video

Posted at 4:36 PM, May 21, 2016

Talk about customer service.

After the video of a Texas woman wearing a Chewbacca mask went viral on Friday, Kohl's representatives made a surprise visit to her house to thank her.

Candace Payne mentioned in her original video that she got the mask at her local Kohl’s store as a gift to herself. It has since been viewed 115 million times.

As of Saturday morning, the mask is sold out online.

The representatives gifted Payne with more masks for her kids and husband, other Star Wars merchandise, $2,500 in gift cards and 10,000 rewards points.

Watch the surprise video here: