Last September, five-year-old Jasper Poole was attacked by a dog.
He suffered back abrasions from being dragged down the stairs by the leg and needed stitches.
Yet, through it all his Under Armour shirt remained unscathed.
As such, Pool’s mother Lezlie wrote a letter to the clothing company, and in it she explained how the shirt makes her son ‘feel like a superhero’ when he wears it.
So, how did Under Armour respond?
By sending more shirts.
More on the act of kindness can be found here.
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