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Justin Long and Ashley Greene Spearhead 'Teens for Jeans' Campaign

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What’s better for the environment than buying secondhand clothes? Giving away your secondhand clothes to a great cause!

Justin Long and Ashley Greene have teamed up with DoSomething.org and Aéropostale to help launch the third annual Teens for Jeans drive — a campaign that provides gently used jeans to homeless shelters across America.

Here’s how it works: simply drop off any pair of gently worn jeans to any Aéropostale store between January 19th and February 14th and they will make sure your clothing is donated to a local shelter. Plus, you’ll even get a 25% discount on your next pair of jeans. Nice!

Last year the campaign helped collect 200,000 pairs. We can totally get that number higher this year!

To learn more about the Teens for Jeans drive, visit DoSomething.org. You can also check out the video below!

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