The security guard takes over the Twitter account for Cowboy Museum, and he has become an internet favorite with his wholesome tweets.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses have been taking different approaches to keep their workplaces running smoothly as possible, whether it's switching to working from home or limiting staff.
When the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma closed its doors to help stop the spread, they put Tim, their head of security, in charge of their Twitter account.
And to the delight of the internet, Tim shined in his new role, entertaining us all through this challenging time with his wholesome tweets.
Tim wasn't prepared to take on the task of the social media manager. However, it's this fact that made his tweets all the more heartwarming and entertaining.
The museum's timeline showed Tim on-the-fly training on how to use social media tricks.
As you can see, it took some advice from his grandson to use hashtags and tips from his newfound fans on how to use them.
After mastering the hashtags, Tim moved onto selfies—another concept he wrangled with over a few tweets.
Despite The Setbacks, Tim Instantly Became a New Internet Sweetheart
The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum boasts a 4.7-star rating with more than 2,646 reviews on Google.
So, apparently, it had already held a remarkable reputation, even before Tim served as their interim social media manager.
Housing over 28,000 artworks and artifacts, the museum has long been known for upholding the city's Wild Western history.
Its website states:
"With the exception of Thunder, Oklahoma's known for, above all else, its rich Wild Western history."
"This incredible history is preserved for all to see in OKC's National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum."
"Featuring galleries full of Native American and Western attire, firearms, artifacts, and movie props, it's easy to see why the Cowboy Museum is one of OKC's most unique attractions."
"Visitors flock to the museum from all corners of the country looking for their dream Wild Western learning experience. Who can blame them?"
"It's only the most extensive collection of Western art, history, and memorabilia (more than 28,000 pieces!) in the world."
"More than 10 million visitors from around the world have sought out this unique museum to gain a better understanding of the West."
"The Museum features a superb collection of classic and contemporary Western art, including works by Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell, as well as sculptor James Earle Fraser's magnificent work, The End of the Trail."
The Museum has resumed its regular operating hours.
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