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OKLAHOMA CITY – It is HoliDazzle time in Oklahoma City!

KFOR and Paycom Software Inc., invites you to participate in the annual coat drive on Saturday, Dec. 17.  from 9 a.m. until Noon at at Science Museum Oklahoma, 2020 Remington Place.

Bring a new or gently used child or adult-sized coat or cash donation to  HoliDazzle and receive $5 off Saturday’s admission to Science Museum Oklahoma.

Festivities include free photos with Santa, holiday music from Stellar DJ, free hot cocoa from the Crepe Brewers food truck and meet and greet opportunities with KFOR Channel 4 and Freedom 43 personalities.

Paycom created the HoliDazzle event to support the Warmth 4 Winter coat drive benefiting The Salvation Army of Central Oklahoma. Warmth for Winter was started more than 30 years ago by the late Brad Edwards of NewsChannel 4.

Over the years, the program has transformed into one of the largest coat drives in the state.

Paycom and KFOR have a proud history of supporting The Salvation Army of Central Oklahoma.

This year alone, Paycom donated 36,000 canned goods to The Salvation Army food pantry during September’s National Payroll Week and in July, Paycom donated $10,000 for The Salvation Army’s Buck$ 4 Bikes campaign. Last Christmas, during The Salvation Army’s annual kettle campaign, Paycom gave a record-breaking donation of $65,000, the largest employee-and-company-combined gift the nonprofit ever has received.

Anyone in need of a winter coat is encouraged to call The Salvation Army at (405) 246-1100.