A late start to the holiday season and an ice storm have put the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Drive in North Texas more than a $500K behind schedule.
The Salvation Army kicked off their Tarrant County red kettle drive with a Texas-style cattle drive. Cowboys mounted their horses with their cattle dogs alongside at in Fort Worth.
It’s become a symbol of the holiday season, today the Salvation Army kicked off its iconic red kettle campaign. North Texans will soon be able to make donation at more than 400 retail locations.
Shoppers at Fort Worth’s Ridgmar Mall were surprised Monday morning to see a cattle drive making it’s way around the mall. The event was to kick off the annual Salvation Army kettle drive.