National Cowboy Museum's Guard Updates People via Social Media While the Museum Is Closed
The man behind the National Cowboy Museum's social media account is a security guard. While the museum is closed, the content he shares online is hilarious.
Security guard-turned-social media manager Tim Send is leading the museum's online presence. The responsibility was turned over to him last week, and his first tweet was his introduction.
"Hello, my name is Tim and I am the head of security for The Cowboy," he said. "I have been asked to take on the additional duty of social media management while the museum is closed."
Hello, my name is Tim and I am the head of security for The Cowboy. I have been asked to take on the additional duty of social media management while the museum is closed. I’m new to this but excited. My team will also continue to protect and monitor the museum. Thanks, Tim Send pic.twitter.com/bPiXD9DoAd— Nat'l Cowboy Museum (@ncwhm) March 17, 2020
To handle the museum's social media account was new to him, but Send is having a great time about it. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, Send's entertainment was a joy to all its followers, as reported by the Daily Mail.
The online followers of the museum were enjoying Send's social media takeover. His light-hearted content includes Kevin Costner's visit in last year's Western Heritage Award.
He also posted a throwback photo of him and Sam Elliott, who was swarmed by fans. He said they both have "quality mustache."
My mustache salutes his mustache. The Wagon Cook, 1960 by Nicholas Samuel Firfires, Oil on canvas. Museum purchase funded by Mr. and Mrs. A. J. “Jack” Cooke, 1991.44 #HashtagTheCowboy Thanks, Tim pic.twitter.com/zsWZfSdci3— Nat'l Cowboy Museum (@ncwhm) March 25, 2020
The followers of the museum's social media account couldn't get enough of his funny tweets. From having 52, 000 followers, it went up to more than 90,000 followers.
Netizens following Send's social media lead is now their favorite. They are thankful for him as his tweets gave them a happy mood.
Artists and celebrities also used social media to air their live stream shows.
Sam Elliott. He got swarmed just trying to walk down the hall. Asked if he needed any help and he said that’s what he signed up for. Quality mustache. #HashtagTheCowboy Thanks, Tim pic.twitter.com/naGBYfwprJ— Nat'l Cowboy Museum (@ncwhm) March 24, 2020
I’m following just because of Tim. Love your tweets. Something for me to look forward to while I am self-isolating!" one follower said.
Send is grateful for the experience and will continue to post entertaining content. He also expressed gratitude for those who are practicing social distancing against the COVID-19 outbreak, as reported by PEOPLE.
Strong online presence and positive content are the current trends after several establishments closed due to the public health crisis. Artists and celebrities also used social media to air their live stream shows.
This alternative was made by Country singers Luke Bryan, Keith Urban, and Luke Combs. They performed their show from their houses as the government advised them to stay at home, PEOPLE reported.
Meanwhile, the royal family of the United Kingdom was not spared from the outbreak. As cases continue to rise, Queen Elizabeth has canceled all her garden parties.
Didn’t get the Selfie Station photo quite right. I get it now. Here’s the Selfie Station in the Warhol and the West running through May 10, 2020. Thanks, Tim pic.twitter.com/lDVd8GaIXs— Nat'l Cowboy Museum (@ncwhm) March 19, 2020
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