Tebow Sees Fans "Through My Eyes" In Gainesville
Tim Tebow has been barnstorming around the country to promote his new memoir, "Through My Eyes," but Thursday night, Tebow came home to roost in the place where his legend reached a national stage. Tebow signed copies of his book at a Gainesville Wal-Mart for over two hours, and took a few minutes to speak with WCJB TV20 about why he chose to publish his first book at just 23 years old.
"There's been a lot written about me, but I wanted people to see what it's been like through my eyes," Tebow said. "I hope it brings joy and inspiration to a lot of people."
The book was written with the help of Gainesville native Nathan Whittaker, the New York Times bestselling author of Tony Dungy's "Quiet Strength."
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