Oklahomans donate winter coats at ‘Holidazzle Event’ for those in need

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahomans went out to the ‘Holidazzle Event’ at Buy For Less in northwest Oklahoma City to donate new and used coats for Brad Edward’s Warmth 4 Winter Saturday.

The  family friendly event  is held annually to collect winter coats for Oklahomans in need.

Santa Claus was on hand to hear Christmas toy wishes from children.

There was also a train ride for families.

Bob Moore Chopper 4 and pilot Jon Welsh flew in to help promote Brad Edward’s Warmth 4 Winter.

Dominator 4, the world famous storm chase vehicle, also stopped by.

NewsChannel 4’s Linda Canvanaugh and Scott Hines were there to meet generous Oklahomans and sign autographs.

It was a great time had by all, and the winter coats will come in handy as cold weather is on its way.

Holidazzle is sponsored by Paycom, along with The Salvation Army, Two Men and a Truck, Legacy Cleaners and Laundry and NewsChannel 4.

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