Regional Old Navy Stores Supporting Operation Warm

As we prepare for the upcoming holiday season, watch the colorful leaves fall from the trees, we are reminded that the cold days of winter will soon be upon us.. Popular retailer Old Navy recognizes that the need for outerwear is imminent. This week, in conjunction with offering its customers 40% off of any outwear, customers shopping any of its 82 stores in the Great Plains region will be encouraged to purchase a coat to be donated to Operation Warm to provide warmth to a child in need

Old Navy is partnering with Operation Warm for this week-long event in a unified effort to ensure children living in poverty in their communities receive the gift of warmth as the nation’s weather turns cold.

If you or anyone you know lives in such areas as Little Rock, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Oklahoma City, etc., please take advantage of this special opportunity to buy a coat and ensure a child will be warm.

Also Operation Warm truly appreciates Old Navy’s support and in turn we will be partnering with local organizations and elementary schools to make sure area kids are warmer this Thanksgiving season.  If you are a local organization in the areas where this promotion is taking place, Operation Warm would love to hear from you.  Similarly, if you are a retailer interested in working with us we’d love to discuss joint opprotunities with you! 

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