Def Leppard Meets with Arkansas' Deaf Leopards School Students Prior to Show

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Some Arkansas students got to meet members of a famous rock band.

FOX’s Jane Metzler reports, they have something in common:

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An online petition attracted attention and four members of Arkansas School for the Deaf’s football team got to go backstage before a Little Rock concert Wednesday night, taking a…

With the British Rock Band Def Leppard, other than spelling, they have something in common, the team’s mascot is the Leopard has been since 1941, before members of the band were even born.

The School for the Deaf Leopards holding up a replica of their scoreboard as they posed in front of the Def Leppard band banner… Sweet!

The band posting the photos on social media.

Jane Metzler, FOX News.

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