U.S. Bank partners with Salvation Army to develop bell ringer app

Minneapolis-based U.S. Bancorp, parent company of U.S. Bank, and the Salvation Army have teamed up to create a new iPhone app that lets volunteers sign up for bell-ringing time slots at 400 Twin Cities kettles this holiday season, according to a company news release.
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Minneapolis-based U.S. Bancorp, parent company of U.S. Bank, and the Salvation Army have teamed up to create a new iPhone app that lets volunteers sign up for bell-ringing time slots at 400 Twin Cities kettles this holiday season, according to a company news release.

U.S. Bancorp will also donate $1 to the Salvation Army for each of the first 1,000 free downloads through Apple's iTunes App Store.

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