Rahway boys want residents to 'Honk for USA'

Cousins Tim Zenelaj and Din Shuti want people to show their appreciation for the United States.

Cousins Tim Zenelaj and Din Shuti want people to show their appreciation for the United States. (6/30/15)

RAHWAY - Honk if you love the USA.

That's what two boys from Rahway want New Jerseyans to do. Cousins Tim Zenelaj and Din Shuti have been outside holding up signs and waving American flags to celebrate the Fourth of July.

"What we're really trying to do is show our love and patriotism for this country and the men and women who serve in it," says Zenelaj.

"We want to see how [many people] we get for the Fourth of July," says Shuti. "Maybe even more honks."

The boys will be on Franklin Street and Harold Avenue every day until Saturday, encouraging drivers to "Honk for the USA."

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