FOX34, Telemundo Lubbock ring bells for Hurricane Harvey relief

FOX34, Telemundo Lubbock ring bells for Hurricane Harvey relief

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Our FOX34 and Telemundo Lubbock news teams were ringing bells outside the Red Raider Outfitters across the city today. 

The Lubbock Salvation Army is collecting monetary donations through the red kettles. Red Raider Outfitters are selling the the "Techsan for Texans Wreck Harvey" T-shirt, all proceeds raised will be donated to Breedlove to continue the efforts of relief for Hurricane Harvey.

Bottled water and non perishable items were also being collected. 

"The community is trying so hard to give and I would encourage the community to come out to a Red Raider Outfitter," said Whitney Houston, assistant core officer with the Lubbock Salvation Army. "Whether its to buy a T-shirt or put some money in our kettles, I promise you that 100 percent of that is going straight to the Hurricane Harvey effort. Everybody wants to give, everyone wants to help, this is a way that you can do it ."

The Salvation Army kettles and the bell ringers will be out there again tomorrow and the "Wreck Harvey" T-shirts will continue to be sold. 

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