You make not like being in large crowds, but it probably won`t kill you. That`s not the case for three-year-old Luke Williams of Little Rock. Before birth, doctors diagnosed a diaphramatic hernia in Luke. His mal-formed diaphram was patched when he was a week-old, but the condition caused poor lung development. That means he`s highly susceptible to respiratory illnesses and can`t be in crowds. That poses a huge problem for a child who wants to see his idol "Bob the Builder" in a big arena show. Luke`s parents knew there would be no way to take him, but ONEBANC changed their minds. Executives heard about Luke`s story and donated their suite for Wednesday night`s show. That way Luke can see Bob without having to deal with the crowds.