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Thanksgiving with The Jonas Brothers & Cowboys

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  • Thanksgiving with The Jonas Brothers & Cowboys

    Posted: Mon., Oct. 13, 2008, 10:08am PT

    Jonas Brothers cheer on Cowboys

    Tween rockers set for halftime show

    By AP
    Via Variety

    The Jonas Brothers will perform during halftime of the Dallas Cowboys' nationally televised Thanksgiving Day game against the Seattle Seahawks.

    The band will officially kick off the 2008 Salvation Army Red Kettle Christmas campaign at the November 27 contest. The fundraising drive continues through Christmas Eve.

    Since its partnership with the Cowboys, which began in 1997, the annual Red Kettle campaign has raised more than $1 billion, helping the Salvation Army serve 30 million people each year nationwide. Last year, the campaign raised a record $118 million.
    Jonas Brothers cheer on Cowboys - Entertainment News, Music News, Media - Variety
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