Rascal Flatts Bird-Watching in NYC

Rascal Flatts, with Sergeant Hood of the Salvation Army (left) and Rick Jones of JCPenney, present the Salvation Army with a $100,000 check in New York
on Behalf of JCPenney.
photo by Zach Henderson / Schmidt Relations

Rascal Flatts hit New York yesterday (Nov. 17) to plug their new album and to help the Salvation Army kick off its online Angel Giving Tree program.

The group’s Jay DeMarcus may have been a little overwhelmed in the city of 8 million people. He tweeted:

“In one day, if you had a nickel for every car horn blown in NYC . . . You could pay the national deficit . . . Now there’s your bailout!!!”

And then:

“NY, the friendliest of cities. People keep waving with one fifth of their hand here . . . Awesome.”

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