Ruben Rolls Into Dallas-Ft. Worth

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Ruben Brown has made it all the way down to Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas!

When he arrived at The Salvation Army in Arlington, he had a group of excited young fans waiting for him. Ruben also rolled west to the Mabee Center where he served lunch. At both Salvation Army programs, he didn’t waste any time getting involved and hanging out with his new friends.

Check out our photos to see all the fun!

[Ruben's Run - DFW]
Kids in the summer day camp program at The Salvation Army in Arlington, Texas welcomed Ruben with big smiles and handmade signs.

[Ruben autographs picture done by summer day camp participant]
Christian, a summer day camper, drew a picture of a motorcycle for Ruben’s arrival. Ruben gladly autographed the drawing!

[Ruben's Run - DFW]
The kids even played Ruben, a former NFL pro, in flag football!

[Ruben Brown, Cedric James, Marc Colombo]
From right, Ruben Brown serves lunch at The Salvation Army’s Mabee Center homeless shelter in Fort Worth, along with Cedric James, a former NFL pro with the New England Patriots, and Marc Colombo a current player with the Dallas Cowboys.

Ruben’s next stop is across the state in El Paso, TX where he’ll visit The Salvation Army’s Emergency Shelter and later ride with local motorcycle groups to the Texas/New Mexico border. Keep checking our blog, Facebook, and Twitter pages for updates.

You can help Ruben in his mission to raise awareness of and funds for Salvation Army programs! Just use your mobile phone to text the word “RUN” to 80888*. Ninety percent of all funds donated will go to support the work of The Salvation Army; the remainder will subsidize transportation expenses associated with the Run. Plus, donations will stay in the local community in which it was raised.

* A one-time donation of $10 will be billed to your mobile phone bill. Messaging and data rates may apply. Donations are collected for The Salvation Army by mobilecause.com. Reply STOP to 80888 to stop. Reply HELP to 80888 for help. For terms, see www.igfn.org/t

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