Tebow will appear Saturday, March 27, at Palm Beach Autographs. He recently signed an exclusive memorabilia contract with the company.
Tebow's appearance at the company's store in Jacksonville two weeks ago was a complete sell-out with fans paying $160 per autograph.
“I’m excited about meeting the fans who have supported me over the years while raising funds for my foundation,” said Tebow, the first sophomore to win the Heisman. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Tim Tebow Foundation, created to help children.
While die-hard fans in Florida may not care much about what he does on the pro level, Tebow's draft stock did rise with his recent pro day workout in Gainesville. Fears that his throwing ability might hamper him on the next level seem to have quieted a bit, although he's still not expected to be among the top players picked next month.
Palm Beach Autographs has created an official Tebow Hologram and autographs will come with a Palm Beach Autographs Certificate of Authenticity.
“Our dedication to promoting and expanding the Gator Nation has been rewarded by Tim with this opportunity,” said Jim Dodson, co-founder of Palm Beach Autographs. “My brothers and I are University of Florida alumni, and are very happy to bring Tim to our newest sports gallery in our hometown of Palm Beach Gardens.”