KEITH KEEPS HIS PROMISE

Keith Urban is truly a man of his word—just ask Charlotte, N.C., car dealer Phil Stevens.

Five years ago, Keith promised Stevens that if he would knock $2,000 off a mint, 1994 Chevrolet Impala, that he would return to the lot one day and perform a concert. This past Thursday, Feb. 16, Keith kept that promise and showed up at the dealer, reports the Charlotte Observer. Stevens admitted being impressed by Keith's integrity. "I never thought that someone who had achieved what Keith has since we first met would find the time to remember a simple handshake promise," said Stevens.

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