If you book him, they will come.
Tim Tebow's rock-star status will be on display this weekend. The Jets quarterback is scheduled to appear at a church in Georgetown, Texas, and the turnout is expected to be typical of what you might expect in a state known for doing things big.
KVUE-TV Austin reports Tebow is scheduled to speak for 20 minutes during an outdoor Easter Sunday worship service. A mind-boggling crowd of close to 30,000 is expected to attend the event in the "Red Poppy" capital of Texas.
That's a lot of people when you consider none of them will be able to park. The church is renting 110 buses to transport Tebow fans and worshipers for free from different locations around Texas.
The church has scaffolding and trellises in place to accommodate the larger-than-usual gathering of worshipers. (As a frame of reference, the church's Facebook page has less than 400 Likes.)
While this central Texas town isn't well known, chances are pretty good you've heard of its most famous resident. Nolan Ryan, the Hall of Fame pitcher and CEO of the Texas Rangers, reportedly lives in an exclusive gated community in Georgetown.
Pastor Joe Champion told the TV station he had no idea why his congregation was picked by Tebow's team for the Easter appearance.
While we don't know what Tebow will say on Sunday, it's a sure thing he'll have really nice finger and toenails. TMZ showcased a photo of the Jets quarterback getting a $23 mani/pedi treatment at a nail salon in West Hollywood this week.
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