In Brazil, one charming doggo is proving that if you work hard, you can make your dreams come true. Tuscon Prime was a stray dog that used to spend his days visiting a Hyundai car dealership. The local staff soon realized that the sweet pup had nowhere else to go and made the initiative to give Tuscon a name, a home, and a job at the car dealership. Now, Tuscon is the mascot of Hyundai Prime and even wears his own photo ID badge.
Showroom manager Emerson Mariano decided to take the dog in during a stormy evening and was immediately smitten with Tuscon's gentle and loving nature. Afterward, Tuscon was adopted and taken to the vet to receive the necessary vaccinations. With a clean bill of health, the happy pooch now provides smiles and a wagging tail to all that stop by the dealership.
“After all, the company has always been pet friendly, so now we decided to embrace this idea in practice too, having our own pet precisely at a more complicated time like this with so many abandoned animals,” says Mariano. Since Tuscon has been adopted into the dealership, customers have made return visits just to say hello to the charismatic canine. And Tuscon's whirlwind adventure isn't over yet. Hyundai has asked the lucky pooch to make an appearance in a national advertisement campaign so that he can win over even more hearts.
You can keep up to date with Tuscon Prime's adventures by following him on Instagram.
This stray dog visited a Hyundai dealership every single day.
The staff at the dealership named the friendly dog Tuscon Prime.
Now, he's been “hired” by the dealership and given a loving home as well as a job at the company.
Customers return just to greet the adorable mascot.
If this isn't the face of Employee of the Year, we don't know what is…
Keep up the great work, Tuscon Prime!
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All images via Tuscon Prime and Prime Hyundai.
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