God is good!

Ted Williams, an a former radio announcer had completely hit rock bottom until one day, he decided to stand on the side of an Ohio road with a handwritten cardboard sign in his hand. The sign read:

“I have a God given gift. My voice. I’m an ex-radio announcer who has fallen on hard times. PLEASE! Any help with be greatfully appreciated. Thank You!”

Little did he know….that simple piece of cardboard was going to change his life from that moment on.

Look below for the details and video footage:

A Columbus Dispatch journalist driving down the road noticed Williams, and pulled over and asked to hear his golden radio voice for a buck. The journalist then recorded and uploaded a video to YouTube which instantly went viral…and within just two days, managed to gain over 5 millions views.

Since then, Ted has landed a job doing voice over work for the Cleveland Cavaliers….who also offered him a home to live in. And earlier today, he appeared on CBS’ “The Early Show” to talk about his new gig and show off his new clean cut look.

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