Texas veteran receives life-changing job offer during Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving game

This Thanksgiving vacation will certainly be one to recollect for a North Texas man after receiving information that may change his life without end.

James Brown is an Air Force veteran, however since his return from service, he’s been dealt a number of surprising challenges, together with experiencing homelessness.

He stated his job search hasn’t been straightforward, however he has discovered a secure haven with the Salvation Army, which has been helping him all through the method.

“The Salvation Army has been a place of refuge. It’s a struggle to be a homeless man looking for work. As a veteran, you still want to keep your head up and just hope that you get the chance to get back on your feet and contribute again,” Brown stated in an interview.

However, little did Brown know {that a} life-changing shock awaited him on the Dallas Cowboys game on Thanksgiving Day.

Players Ceedee Lamb and Trevon Diggs partnered with the Salvation Army and the Ford Motor Company to ship the most effective information Brown may obtain this vacation season — a brand new starting.


The information was shared during the soccer game on Thursday afternoon, and it was a second Brown will always remember.

He was all smiles because the gamers introduced that he’d obtain a two-year scholarship for the Ford ASSET program to turn into a licensed technician and have a job ready for him at Sam Pack’s Five Star Ford of Carrollton.

Since the announcement, Brown has already begun Ford technician coaching.

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