NEW YORK, March 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Teens throughout the US and Canada joined forces in their schools and communities for teen retailer Aeropostale, Inc. (ARO: 23.515 +0.465 +2.02%) and DoSomething.org’s 4th Annual “Teens for Jeans” campaign. This year, 542,000 jeans were collected bringing the campaign’s four year total to over 1.2 million jeans collected for homeless teens.
In Today's Fuse Noise... We caught up with Jay Sean at Aeropostale in Times Square, New York City, for DoSomething.org's fourth annual Teens For Jeans charity event.
Jay Sean told us all about the event and why he came out to support.
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Kiwibox meets Jay Sean!
You may know Jay Sean from his popular hits "Down" and "Do You Remember" but what you might have not known is this handsome brit is also known for his community work. Throughout the years, he has perfomed in and supported various charity events. Monday night was no different at the Aeropostale store in Times Square. Jay Sean came out to support DoSomething.org's Teens for Jeans, an organization that donates their efforts to collecting jeans for homeless teenagers throughout the country. We caught up with Jay Sean and here's what he had to say!