Stuff-a-Bus Collecting Toys for Needy DFW Kids

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FRISCO -- A Dallas radio station kicked off a unique toy drive in Frisco.

KLIF Hot 93.3's Scotty K and Bret Mega are living on a Stuff-a-Bus  at Stonebriar Mall for five days while they attempt to stuff the bus from top to bottom with new and gently used toys for underprivileged kids in the DFW area.

"Together we have brought Stuff-A-Bus to 4 different cities and done this amazing event for nearly 10 years combined.” Bret Mega stated. “Stuff-A-Bus gets the community of DFW to come together so that every single kid can feel the joy of opening a present for the holiday.”

“It breaks our hearts to think that there are thousands of kids who will have nothing,” Scotty K added. “That is why we are committed to living on the bus 24/7, around the clock collecting, toys to be there for them!"

The toy drive, benefiting the Salvation Army in DFW, began Thursday and will end Tuesday. Albertson's grocery stores will have satellite drop off areas for anyone who would like to donated but can't make it to the actual bus in Frisco.