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Feed The City

SURPRISE! We wanted to do one last event for everyone who couldn’t make it the last 3 weeks! This will be the LAST chance for you to score your Dan + Shay tickets!

Help Feed The City with Hawkeye & Michelle & Tango Charities, and you could receive two tickets into our Exclusive Show with Dan + Shay at the Lexus Box Garden at Legacy Hall!

The Pop UP Feed the City Event will be held at the HERO by HG in Dallas – located at 3090 Nowitzki Way, Dallas, TX 75219! HINT: It’s where the New Country 96.3 studios are! Each volunteer is only required to make sandwiches for minimum of 1-hour, if you’d like to stay the entire 2-hours – GREAT!

Please note, if you still must check-in with a New Country 96.3 representative on Wednesday, June 21 to confirm your attendance. We will notate whether you do / or do not show up. If you completed the volunteer event in Prosper, you are more than welcome to sign up for another shift, however volunteers may only receive (2) tickets to the Dan+Shay show.

Feed the City is supporting Tango Charities, CLICK HERE to find out more!

About Feed The City & Tango Charities
The first Feed The City happened in Dallas, Texas on Saturday, January 10, 2015. It was created after TangoTab broke the Guinness World Record for the Most People Making Sandwiches Simultaneously. Many participants wanted to do something similar on a regular basis and months following the event… Feed The City was launched.

Feed The City is a monthly volunteer opportunity where individuals come together at a local venue to make lunches for people in need. The lunches consist of sandwiches, chips, and fruit. Feed The City events are open to all.

There have been nearly 1,000 Feed The City events that have welcomed over 75,000 volunteers in 5 countries, 11 states, and 53 cities that have provided over 3 MILLION meals to people in need. The event is led and hosted by volunteers who are dedicated to the fight against hunger. Companies, religious groups, schools, and organizations have also hosted pop-up events in their communities.