Since the video has gone viral, this man has been interviewed by every major television network and the job offers are flooding in: A local credit union will pay him $10,000 for voiceover work, a local TV station offered to use him as the narrator for a special on homelessness and even ESPN  and MTV have expressed interest, according to local media.

A listener called in to a radio show on WNCI and offered Williams a full-time job doing voiceover work for the Cleveland Cavaliers and their parent company, as well as a free home in Cleveland. An offer which clearly thrilled a stunned Williams.

“The Cleveland Cavaliers just offered me a full-time job and a house! A house! A house!,” he marveled.

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