Cop Gets Out His Dancing Shoes to Collect Donations for Salvation Army's Kettle Drive

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These Tennessee officers took to the streets to dance up a storm, all for a good cause.

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Officer Sean Bulow from the Cleveland Police Department did more than just ring the bells Monday for a Salvation Army Kettle Drive.

In a video posted to the department's social media page, Bulow could be seen rocking out in front of a Walmart parking lot, ringing the bell with one hand, and collecting donations from passing cars with the other.

His less-enthusiastic partner mans the red donation bucket located closer to the entrance of the store.

To support the officers, the Cleveland Police Department even offered the first 50 people who donated $20 or more a limited edition challenge coin.

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According to the Facebook page, Bulow even got out his dancing shoes for a second day of working the Kettle Drive, due to popular demand.

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