Generous Oklahomans support ‘Holidazzle’ event, Warmth 4 Winter

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OKLAHOMA CITY –  An overcast sky didn’t dampen the holiday spirit at the Holidazzle event, presented by Paycom.

Children and their parents came to the Buy For Less on N.W. Expressway to take pictures with Santa, enjoy a toy train ride and hot chocolate.

This family friendly event also brought in donations of new coats for Brad Edward’s Warmth 4 Winter program.

The coats are then sent to The Salvation Army for distribution.

Also, NewsChannel 4’s Galen Culver, Tara Blume, Lucas Ross and the 4Warn Storm Team’s Reed Timmer were on hand for all of the fun.

Kids flocked to see Timmer’s Dominator 4 storm chase vehicle.

“Paycom is proud to sponsor Holidazzle and Brad Edward’s Warmth 4 Winter. We know that because of the generosity of Oklahomans donating a winter coat, this winter will be a little brighter and warmer,” said Sarah Robision, senior marketing specialist at Paycom.

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