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Report: 'Jerry Wipes' sell out in one night

According to The Dallas Morning News, 'Jerry Wipes' are no longer available Thursday afternoon because the complete inventory had been sold.

It was a cute idea that would add to the laughs and possibly make a few dollars for the Salvation Army along the way.

 

Jerry Jones' son-in-law, Shy Anderson, cleaned the Dallas Cowboys owner's glasses on national television and decided to try to make money off the popularity.

 

Anderson came up with a microfiber cloth for cleaning glasses and called them "Jerry Wipes." He attached a $2.99 price tag to them and made them available on the team's official website.

 

But who would really purchase those?

 

Well, apparently, a lot of people.


According to The Dallas Morning News, the product was no longer available on the website Thursday afternoon because the complete inventory had been sold.

 

"I thought I had ordered more than we would ever need, and we sold out in one night," Anderson told the Morning News.

 

Although he declined to provide numbers, Anderson said a second order has been placed and is now available for purchase.


All of the earnings reportedly go to a Salvation Army program that provides glasses to kids in need.

 


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