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Jimmie Allen asks American Airlines to cover costs of missing show

Allen blames the airline for leaving them stranded. Jimmie Allen has taken to Twitter to share his frustration of missing a show due to American Airlines canceling a flight that he believes could’ve been handled better. Allen was scheduled to perform at the Mississippi Valley Fair in Davenport, Iowa on Thursday (Aug 4th) night, but was stranded in Pennsylvania after his flight was canceled due to storms affecting the flight path. Allen blames the airline for not communicating sooner, stating he was among the passengers stuck on the tarmac for nearly three hours before being told the flight was canceled.
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Jimmie Allen Goes Off on American Airlines for Major Inconvenience: ‘This Is So Dumb’

Country music star Jimmie Allen recently took to Twitter to share about his bad experience with American Airlines. Allen shared a 2-minute video on Twitter where he spoke about his night dealing with the Airline. Allen begins the video by saying: “American Airlines, didn’t your parents teach you when you were a little kid that communication is key?” Before launching into the story.
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Jimmie Allen concert canceled at Mississippi Valley Fair

The Mississippi Valley Fair’s official Facebook page shared that Thursday’s scheduled performer, Jimmie Allen, was “stuck in Pennsylvania” “due to technical difficulties” and that his show was canceled. The message was posted just before 7 p.m. Local 4 News reached out to the Fair...
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Have an opinion? Add your comment below. The Coda Collection and Verizon have teamed up to bring immersive video-on-demand content to life with a concert series kicking off with Stoney Creek Records’ Jimmie Allen today (8/2). The free, interactive experience allows viewers to stream a show from five high-definition camera angles via the Verizon Multi-View Experience app for a personalized viewing experience. Viewers can toggle among the cameras and re-watch favorite moments from different angles. The Verizon Multi-View Experience is a free app that consumers can download on iOS or Android-based devices. A full-length enhanced cut is also be available exclusively on The Coda Collection.
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