TULSA, Oklahoma -- It was an office prank with a purpose at one Tulsa company Tuesday.
Employees at Rovi, an entertainment company, started collecting cans for a food drive last month. So when a co-worker went out of town for a business trip, his colleagues decided to leave him a little surprise.
"I knew about the food drive what I didn't know was that the goal was to fill my office with food," said Mitch Drummond, project manager.
Workers delivered all of the food Tuesday. The company matched employees cash donations up to $100. In all, they raised more than $3,000 for the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma.