OKLAHOMA CITY – Paycom Software, Inc., presents HoliDazzle, a one-day community coat drive in partnership with KFOR Oklahoma’s News 4, from 9 a.m. to noon Friday, Nov. 23, at Science Museum Oklahoma, 2020 Remington Place.
Bring a new or gently used child- or adult-sized coat or cash donation to receive a complimentary photo with Santa, and $5 off that day’s admission to the museum. During HoliDazzle, guests also can meet KFOR Oklahoma’s News 4 on-air personality Scott Hines, score prizes by playing Spin to Win and tour News 4’s in-action satellite truck, Big Blue.
Paycom created HoliDazzle in 2013 to support News 4’s Warmth 4 Winter coat drive, which benefits The Salvation Army of Central Oklahoma. Warmth 4 Winter was started more than three decades ago by the late Brad Edwards of KFOR Oklahoma’s News 4. Over the years, the program has transformed into one of the largest coat drives in the state.
The Oklahoma City-based Paycom has a proud history of supporting local nonprofits. Last week, Paycom employees donated more than 3 tons of baby supplies to Infant Crisis Services, and in September, as part of National Payroll Week, donated almost 2 tons of clothing to Goodwill Industries of Central Oklahoma. Earlier this summer, Paycom employees donated $10,000 to The Anna’s House Foundation through purchasing ride wristbands and dunk-tank throws as part of Paycom’s on-site Customer Service Week carnival.
Anyone in need of a winter coat is encouraged to call The Salvation Army at (405) 246-1100.