Lamborghini Dealer Gives 7-year-old a 700-Horsepower Birthday Gift
By AskPatty on April 29, 2014
Here’s a story that shows how a simple act of kindness made a little boy’s dream come true when a Los Angeles Lamborghini dealer showed up a at a kid’s birthday party with a parade of Lamborghini’s and even gave the birthday boy a ride. Why? Because the dad messaged the dealership on Facebook to see if anyone would help his son, Jacob, a seven-year-old Lamborghini fan, believe that dreams come true.
"Hi, I'm hoping someone with a kind heart will help me. My Son is 7 on 20th April, we're having small party for him. He is a Lamborghini FANATIC. He works hard at school so he get 100% in tests, so I give him $10 which he saves towards his Lamborghini. So far his dream has cost me $400! I know it would be a dream come true for him to be able to sit in Lamborghini or get a short drive in one. His birthday party is in Hancock park at our home. Are there any Lamborghini owners who would like to make a 7 year old believe in dreams?"
How could they say no to that? So the dealership reached out to some of their customers. Watch the video below to share the joy.
Turning the youngster’s birthday party into a scene from “The Fast And The Furious," a fleet of brightly colored Lamborghini's arrived, complete with a camera crew, to take young Jacob for a ride around his neighborhood in a black 700-horsepower V-12 Lamborghini Aventador valued at more than $387,000. After the ride, Jacob was given a souvenir Lamborghini jersey.
And after that, the celebration ride went viral, being shared across the internet at lightning speed. The dealership has received kudos for harnessing the power of social media for the best kind of customer interaction, and of course many others have raised their hands wishing for a similar dream come true!
Vroom vroom, birthday boy. Vroom vroom!
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