Marcus Lattimore, rookie for the San Francisco 49ers, has shown his support for his home state in a “Play Responsibly” ad for the south Carolina Education Lottery
As someone who knows how playing safe can be important, Marcus Lattimore urges lottery players in his home state to play responsible when it comes to the lottery. He recorded an ad this past week to convince people to play responsibly.
Marcus Lattimore was drafted to the 49ers in the 4th round for the 2013 NFL draft. He was a star running back for the South Carolina Gamecocks. Lattimore suffered a severe injury during his Senior year playing at South Caroling University, but fully recovered in time to be drafted for his rookie year as an NFL player.
The former South Carolina resident was paid $20,000 for his two commercials, one 30-seconds and the other 15-seconds. The ads are expected to run for one year. Lattimore will be the first celebrity to run in the “Play Responsibly” advertisements run by the lottery.
Marcus Lattimore is proud to support his home and encourage all to play safe and avoid injury, whether physical or financial.