Millionaire gesture! David McNeill CEO of Weathertech, a company dedicated in-car accessories to the United States of America, Surprisingly decided to thank the veterinarians who attended her little Scout, a 7-year-old Golden Retriever breed dog who had cancer and was only one month old.
And it is that McNeil had no better way than to withdraw efforts to save his pet’s life, which would be released during the final version of the Super Bowl and cost him six million dollars Will and it supports those appealing to donate money to the veterinary school participating in CAN.
“There he was in that little room, standing in the corner … and my tail is shaking. And I said to myself: ‘I won’t let that dog sleep. No way,” the millionaire told WMTV.
According to experts University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine, The scout who attended had a 1% chance of survival, but doctors treated her with chemotherapy and radiation, which eradicated the disease in just two months.
“Scout’s disease devastated us. We wanted this year’s Super Bowl effort not only to raise awareness but also to provide financial support for incredible research. And new treatments that are performed at the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine, where Scout is still a patient, ”added the CEO.
As the commercials in the Super Bowl are known, they are the most important sports shows in the United States, they are the most expensive although Mac Neil paid one of the most economical commercials for its broadcast for 30 seconds.