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One Ohio boy’s halloween costume gets him an awesome virtual trick or treating with some former Buckeyes and a years worth of mac n cheese.
An Ohio boy who went viral this week for a custom-made macaroni and cheese costume that fits over his wheelchair got a Halloween surprise from Kraft and some former Ohio State football players. “Blake, I have a special treat for you,” Mack, who plays for the New York Giants, told the boy and his family via video conference. “I managed to get a whole year’s worth of Kraft Mac and Cheese. A whole year’s worth, now you can have it every day — breakfast, lunch, and dinner mac and cheese. Does that sound good?”
The reaction was positive after Mompher learned he would be getting 365 boxes, WSYX reported.
The Mompher family roots for Ohio State’s football team, and Kraft gave the family tickets to a Buckeyes game next year, the television station reported.
Fuller, who plays for the Los Angeles Rams, told the family that Kraft will be donating $10,000 to Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Blake Mompher’s name, WSYX reported.