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Dak Prescott helping Tostitos raise money for The Salvation Army 

FRISCO -- Before attending team meetings Tuesday at The Star, Dak Prescott helped kick off a partnership to raise money for The Salvation Army during the holiday season.

"I have such a great platform to reach so many people throughout this country and it's important for me to use it," Prescott said Tuesday during a kickoff event in front of the Ford Center.

In regards to balancing his time between promotional work and preparing for the Philadelphia Eagles, the Cowboys quarterback said it's not difficult.

"I focus on whatever I'm doing at that moment," Prescott said. "Right now my heart and everything is into the Salvation Army and Tostitos and kicking off this campaign. When I finish with this and head to football it will be all ball."

Tostitos, a brand that already endorses the 2016 NFL Rookie of the Year, will make a donation for every bag of its new Yellow Corn Bite Size tortilla chips purchased now through the end of the year, up to $500,000, to support local Salvation Army chapters.

Read the full article at Dallas Morning News