The Utah Jazz teamed up with Vivint recently to help one of their dedicated fans, Landon Carter, see his favorite team for the first time. Landon, who was born legally blind, finally got the chance to see the Jazz play because of these new “eSight” glasses.
Let’s check in with Twitter on this story.
WWLST: 7-year-old Landon Carter was born legally blind, but he now has a chance to watch the game thanks to the Jazz.https://t.co/iZvcgC1QxU
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) April 25, 2017
The Utah Jazz teamed up with Vivint to help superfan Landon Carter see his favorite team for the first time at... https://t.co/MVvyBsPuFk
— VRC Updates (@vrcberks) April 25, 2017
— Cody Whitehouse (@CodyWhitehouse7) April 25, 2017
Jazz provide special "eSight" glasses to help visually impaired 7-year-old Landon Carter see team for first time at Game 3 (ESPN) …
— Pro Ball Metrics (@proballmetrics) April 25, 2017
What a great story. Kudos to the Utah Jazz and Vivint for partnering together in order to make this happen. I'm sure it's something 7-year-old Landon Carter won't soon forget.