Salvation Army’s ROCK THE RED KETTLE brings out packed crowd for concert at Universal Citywalk

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The Rock the Red Kettle Concert at Universal City Walk’s 5 Towers was Saturday night, December 8, 2013.  The crowd start forming at 9 am in order to get a spot to see their favorite performers.

The Rock the Red Kettle Concert supports The Salvation Army.  The Salvation Army’s 123rd annual Red Kettle Campaign has been happening over the last few weeks, from Online Kettles, to those out Ringing the Bell to those celebs, including the performers who are creating awareness.

The show included outstanding performances by Austin Mahone, Noelle Bean, Coco Jones, Emblem3 and a special appearance by Kelly Rowland! 

Follow on twitter :  @SalvationArmyUS  #RocktheRedKettle!

You can watch the concert here on The Salvation Army Tumblr: http://salvationarmyusa.tumblr.com/

Visit the Website for more information on The Salvation Army and how you can help:  http://blog.salvationarmyusa.org/

 

About the Salvation Army:

For more than 125 years The Salvation Army has been delivering services and hope to the less fortunate on the streets of Los Angeles and to those in shelters, schools, and daycare centers across the Southland. Internationally, it is an organization with a lineage of public service that dates back to 1865, and has evolved over the decades into a social service provider with an unmatched scope and breadth. The Salvation Army currently has representation in 120 different countries worldwide, in addition to nearly 8,000 centers of operation across the United States.  Also, 82 cents of every dollar collected by the Army goes directly to client service – among the highest percentages of any non-profit in the world.

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