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Thursday, September 20, 2018

OMFG Terry Crews Is Coming to St. Louis

Posted By on Thu, Sep 20, 2018 at 6:56 AM

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The uneducated might only know him only as President Camacho from Idiocracy or that hunk from the Old Spice commercials, but Terry Crews is the most Renaissance-y of Renaissance man.

Terry Crews does everything. He’s an actor, an activist, an artist, an author, a football player, a stellar furniture designer and a woke-ass hero. The dude does more things than Dave Grohl but, like, not in an annoying way.

This inspirational, brave, motivated man is now set to make a visit to St. Louis and you’d be wise to eat up whatever he is serving. You can catch him at Webster University on the evening of October 15. The event is free for current students, $20 a ticket for the public and a mere $10 for Gorlok alumni, faculty and staff.

Tickets are available now at this link. Go soak up some of that Crews magic.

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