« Is Southlake closer to Dallas than its own Tarrant County neighbors? | Main | A speed bump named Pavement Patty »

September 08, 2010

See the Jonas Brothers for free! (If you promise NOT 2 TXT while driving)

Jonas The Jonas Brothers, who live in Westlake just a stone's throw north of Fort Worth, are on a 12-city tour, pledging not to text while driving. Their softball team, the Road Dogs, will make a stop Sunday (Sept. 12) at the Dr Pepper Ballpark in Frisco. The heartthrobs will play an exhibition against the Marquis Jet Flyers.

The event is part of Allstate's X the TXT movement.

Gates open at 11 and game time is 12:15 p.m. Admission is free. So far, more than 8,300 fans have joined the Jonas Bros. in taking the pledge at similar events nationwide, according to a press release.

"Pledging not to text and drive is a promise to your friends, your family and yourself to keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel," Kevin Jonas said.

Fans who participate in the pledge get "TXTNG KLLS" thumb bands and could also win autographed T-shirts and other prizes.

 

 

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00d8341c2cc953ef0133f400c210970b

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference See the Jonas Brothers for free! (If you promise NOT 2 TXT while driving):

Comments

Emily

i would pay NOT to see them

Adam

Haha EMILY FTW!

Jamie Herda

I pledge NOT to Text and Drive. I love my family too much.

melissa tibbs

we all know that no one is going to keep that promise. not until there are laws passed to make people go to jail for it.

melissa tibbs

the jonas brothers suck. while they are promoting a good idea, they have no talent, and they are a kids band. what adult is going to want to go see them? i already don't text and drive. i know how dangerous it is. people should not have to be bribed to be responsible drivers. it should be, get caught with your cell out while you are driving, get six months in jail and all your drivers license revoked for a year(first offense), and prison if you do it again. no probation, no deferred adjudication. that is the only thing that will make folks think twice about it.

The comments to this entry are closed.