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Six Cincinnati Bengals, 60 local kids to go on 'Shop With a Bengal' shopping spree

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CINCINNATI -- Six Cincinnati Bengals players will team up with 60 local kids Tuesday evening for a Christmas shopping spree in Cincinnati.

St. Vincent DePaul's "Shop with a Bengal" is set to begin at 7 p.m. at the Toys R Us store at 4585 Eastgate Blvd.

The event happens once a year, when each Bengal shops with 10 children in need. Each pair will get to run through Toys R Us aisles and choose up to $300 in toys. Plus, each child may select a toy for another member of their family.

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For 2013, lining up for Shop with a Bengal are Andrew Whitworth, Domata Peko, Rey Manaluga, Adam Jones, Terence Newman and Andrew Smith.

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