Tom Brady has made a living bringing New England Patriots fans to tears of joy since he entered their hearts in 2001. But this Halloween season, he's doing it in brand new ways.
In the video above, the 38-year-old appears in a Facebook video explaining his involvement with UnReal Candy. Wearing a mask, Brady places candy buckets in Whole Foods throughout the New England area, containing an autographed note that read "Everything is possible."
What do you think of my Halloween quarterback sneak?? UnReal #GetUnreal
Posted by Tom Brady on Friday, October 23, 2015
Young fan Zac Ventola had convinced his mom to take him to a nearby Whole Foods -- but to no avail. But after one more trip to a second location, he was one of the fans fortunate enough to snag one of the lucky buckets.
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As if Zac wasn't already thrilled with New England's 6-0 start, he now has yet another reason to love the Pats franchise quarterback.
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