Want to send your secret love a message this Valentine's Day but too embarrassed to say it in person?
Well, Kraft has the perfect answer - they will get the honey-tongued Ted Williams to do it for you. And, well, if anyone can get the message across, it's Ted Williams. After all, this is a man who only a year ago was living on the streets, battling drug and alcohol addiction.
That was until a local news station filmed the former radio announcer from Ohio using his golden voice to beg for food and cash on the side of a road. The clip soon went viral, propelling Ted into the limelight and earning him a number of interviews on national talk shows.
But his big break happened when Kraft Foods offered him a job using his honeycombed tonsils to good use, doing voiceovers in their macaroni cheese commercials. So if anyone knows how far having a 'golden voice' can take you, it's Ted. So who better to whisper sweet nothings on your behalf? "Tell them you care by having me tell them for you," Ted explains in the video below.
All you have to do to be in with a chance is tweet out your special Valentine's message using the hastag #VoiceOfLove and Ted will read out the ones he likes the most.
Each #VoiceOfLove tweet will also spur a donation of 100 boxes of Mac & Cheese (up to 100,000 boxes) to Feeding America - a charity very close to Ted's heart.