App Campaign Replaces Election Signs for Teen Jobs

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DALLAS -- It's time to uproot those campaign signs and get rid of them. But before you go and throw them in the trash, one business has a plan that'll not only help you get rid of the signs but help kids earn some scratch.

Skratch has a campaign of their own. For every election sign they trash and recycle, they're replacing it with a Skratch app sign.

Here's how it works: The app lets you post a job you need done around the house. In turn, teenagers looking to make some cash  can search the app to find the job that you posted about.