Ugly Christmas Sweater Events
Joining the Crew of Fox and Friends on Tuesday December 17 December 16 2013
Team Ugly Gets Ugly with Fox and Friends
Wake up early or set the DVR for Fox and Friends (Fox News Cable Channel), as Team Ugly will sit down for a chat with the Fox and Friends crew. We'll discuss the growth and trend of Ugly Christmas Sweater Parties, tacky sweaters and we hope to convince Elisabeth Hasselbeck to wear one of our ugliest sweaters!
Enjoy - tune in and see how we Keep It Ugly!
BENEFIT FOR DIGNITY U WEAR - St. Louis Ugly Christmas Sweater Event December 03 2013
RED LETTER DAYS HOSTS ITS ANNUAL UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER CONCERT THURSDAY DECEMBER 5 AT FOAM IN ST. LOUIS
BENEFIT FOR DIGNITY U WEAR
St. Louis, MO – December 2, 2013 – Red Letter Days will host its 2013 Ugly Christmas Sweater Concert this Thursday December 5, 2013 at FOAM Coffee & Beer at 3359 South Jefferson Avenue in St. Louis. Their performance will include tracks from their latest EP, Sounds Like a Plan, which is in rotation on 100+ college radio stations.
The show kicks off at 9 pm. Admission is free, however, a charitable donation of $5 to Dignity U Wear is suggested. All proceeds from the performance will go to Dignity U Wear.
About Red Letter Days
St. Louis-based siblings, Katie and Willy McKenna ventured onto the national music scene with their band, Red Letter Days, and with release of its first EP "Sounds Like a Plan." The strong female fronted band, Red Letter Days, continues to grow their fan base with a catchy, hook driven, rock sound blended with high-energy upbeat, pop-punk style. Alex Bolano joined the band in 2011 as their lead guitarist.
Honoring the “family-band” concept the McKennas naturally fall into, the duo chose Red Letter Days as a homage to their late grandfather who, “ . . . kept a daily journal, in which days that were special to him were marked as 'Red Letter Days." For more information, visit www.RedLetterDaysBand.com.
About Dignity U Wear
The mission of Dignity U Wear is to positively impact the lives of children and their families in need by providing brand new clothing at no cost to the recipients. To date, the organization has provided more than 6.6 million pieces, valued at $120 million, to more than 450,000 people. For more information about Dignity U Wear, visit www.dignityuwear.org or www.facebook.com/dignityuwear.