If there is a fan that deserves to go to the Super Bowl, Milwaukee police officer and Cincinnati Bengals superfan Herbert Davis III, who was recently shot in the line of duty, is at the very top of the list.
Milwaukee Police Officer Herbert Davis III, who was shot multiple times on Jan. 27 while responding to a welfare check and is a huge Cincinnati Bengals fan, has been surprised with Super Bowl tickets.
WTMJ-AM and Good Karma Brands surprised the officer on live radio. They bought him two Super Bowl tickets, two plane tickets, a hotel room, and are giving him a couple thousand dollars in spending money to use while at the game.
A Milwaukee Police Officer who was shot while responding to a welfare check has now been surprised with a trip to the Super Bowl to see his favorite team, the Cincinnati Bengals.
Herbert Davis III was surprised live on the radio when the station and a sponsor gave him the news.
They bought him two Super Bowl tickets, two plane tickets, a hotel room, and are giving him a couple thousand dollars in spending money to use while at the game. Originally, a GoFundMe was set up to get Officer Davis to the Super Bowl. But then the station stepped in to get him to Los Angeles. Station Vice President Steve Wexler made the announcement live on the air.
Davis remained speechless for a few moments, thanking the station and staff for the trip.
Davis said he plans to take his dad to the game. That is where he got his love for the team.
Watch the TV coverage of this below: