Local Businesses Help Out Tulsa Cub Scouts
TULSA, Oklahoma - A couple of area businesses are doing what they can to help a cub scout troop who had their trailer stolen.
“We're donating 20% of all sales back to them so that way we can get some money back to them and help them out,” said Jordan Bates of Blaze Pizza.
Last month a thief stole a trailer and supplies valued at $6,000 from Cub Scout Troop 49.
Cub Master Jeff Thomas said insurance won't cover the loss.
So, on Saturday, Blaze Pizza is giving 20% back to the cub scouts when customers bring in a flyer you can find here.
Ascent Apparel is also donating 10% of their sales to the troop.