A Tarheels fan, a Tigers fan given unforgettable VIP football weekend by Charlotte non-profit

CHARLOTTE — Dream on 3, a Charlotte-based nonprofit, is partnering with the Atlantic Coast Conference of college football to surprise two superfans living with life-altering medical conditions, with a VIP weekend leading up to the ACC Championship game.

Johnson, from Indian Land, is a massive Clemson fan and greatly admires their head coach, Dabo Swinney. Johnson lives with Asperger’s syndrome, a form of autism spectrum disorder. Even though he has social anxiety, he overcomes it with a happy heart and a bright personality.

Robbins, from Clover, South Carolina, has big plans to spend his college years at UNC-Chapel Hill and has been supporting his team loyally until that day comes. Robbins was born with a congenital birth defect and had his leg amputated at just a year old. He currently lives with a prosthetic and has had seven major surgeries.

Robbins’ father, a leukemia survivor, finished his master’s degree at UNC-Chapel Hill and credits his motivation to his son.

The VIP ACC experience will include a behind-the-scenes tour, attendance at both head coaches’ press conferences, a stadium tour, a sideline experience, ACC championship game tickets and a chance to be honorary captains for the coin toss for their favorite teams.

(WATCH BELOW: Clemson, North Carolina square off for ACC championship)

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