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24-hour shop giving guests sweet treat for donation to Toys For Tots

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NORMAN, Okla. - When it comes to doughnuts, cereal probably does not come to mind.

However, a retired Marine and his family decided to combine the two dishes and make a unique food.

Hurts Donut Company is known for its outlandish doughnuts featuring Fruity Pebbles, gummy worms and other treats.

Tim Clegg, a retired Marine and OU alumnus, and his wife, Kas, own the shop.

While they know they satisfy residents' cravings, they say they wanted to do more.

From 7 a.m. on Thursday to 7 a.m. on Friday, the 24-hour shop is hosting a toy drive for Toys for Tots.

The program, which is hosted by the Marine Corps Reserve, helps provide Christmas presents for children who would otherwise miss the holiday.

"To know that our efforts, whether it's personally or as a business benefit the youth of the community, I think it's really a fun thing to do,” said Clegg.

By donating an item, people get a free doughnut from the shop.

"It's providing Christmas or just holiday excitement to children that don't have the opportunity to have it without the community's help,” said Clegg.

The toys must be new and unwrapped.

For more information about Toys for Tots, visit the program's website.

To learn more information about Hurts Donut Company, visit the company's Facebook page.