Social Media Tulsa Kicked off #Tweet4toys @TopThatPizza The World's First Create-Your-Own Pizza Place

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Tulsa’s nationally recognized Social Media driven toy drive kicked off with a Tweetup at Top That Pizza. Using social media for social good, Tweet4toys benefits The Salvation Army of Tulsa by collecting toys for the forgotten angels.

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#Tweet4Toys is a toy drive sponsored by Social Media Tulsa benefiting The Salvation Army in Tulsa

#Tweet4toys helps The Salvation Army help kids @SalArmyTulsa

#Tweet4toys is a toy drive sponsored by Social Media Tulsa benefiting The Salvation Army in Tulsa (@SalArmyTulsa) by collecting toys for Tulsa’s forgotten angels.

Every year, The Salvation Army helps thousands of families during the holidays. Thanks to the generosity of so many Tulsans, most of the angels are adopted from the Angel Trees, but there are always some that do not get their holiday wishes fulfilled.

These forgotten angels are still left on the trees when it is time to give out gifts. Again this year, Social Media Tulsa is stepping up! They are hosting #Tweet4Toys to collect toys that will be used to ensure that every forgotten angel receives something special this Christmas.

The goal for Tweet4toys this year is to collect more toys. To reach that goal, Social Media Tulsa is hosting a series of Meetups and Tweetups.

The first Tweet4toys #Eatuptweetup was held at the all new restaurant, Top That Pizza, 8393 South Memorial Dr. on November 18, 2011. Tulsa’s social media enthusiasts filled three boxes with donated toys,
enjoyed the create-your-own personal pizza experience, and marveled at the Freestyle Coca-Cola machine.

"Top That Pizza is one of Tulsa's best new restaurants to take kids. It's really great to have places like this that the whole family can enjoy." Said #SMTulsa member, Tyson Caldwell aka Tulsa Food Guy. "The best part about #Tweet4Toys for me was teaching my four year old boy about giving and sharing during the holidays...especially to those less fortunate than he."

In addition to the events, there are more opportunities to donate toys. Tulsans can drop off a Toy at one of the Tweet4toys drop off locations,host an office, salon, church, or family toy drive. Tulsa’s Eco Green Mobile Detailing will pick them up.

People not in the Tulsa area can donate via The Salvation Army’s mobile giving. Text the words “Joy Toy” to 85944. (Include the space) to donate $10.

"To help spread the word, we are asking everyone who views this release to post the link to his/her Facebook wall and to send out the official tweet,” explained Social Media Tulsa founder, Cheryl Lawson. "We’re hoping that the generosity of the Tulsa community, combined with the power of social media, will help us collect more toys so that no child is without a toy on Christmas morning.”

The official Tweet is, “#Tweet4toys helps The Salvation Army help kids @SalArmyTulsa .”

“While you’re shopping on Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday, we hope you remember to pick up a few toys for the forgotten angels and that you’ll send out a #Tweet4toys.”

For more details and to learn how to participate visit

About Social Media Tulsa
Social Media Tulsa is the area's most active social media group. #SMTulsa has rapidly become the place for thought leaders and newbies alike to share social media's best practices while at the same time going beyond the technology to create face to face connections. It all began with Social Media Day Tulsa 2010 at Fat Guys Burger Bar in the historic Greenwood district. Social Media Tulsa invites its members to gather and talk about the impact of Social Media on business, news, entertainment, sports, nonprofit, and any other topics. To learn more visit

About Tulsa Salvation Army
The Salvation Army operates year-round programs throughout the Tulsa community with the goal of meeting human needs whenever and wherever possible, using proven methods. The Salvation Army ministers to the mental, spiritual, moral, and physical needs of individuals at the point of need, and at the time of need. Each program is developed to deliver special assistance to a population that otherwise has no resources. To learn more visit

About Top That Pizza
Top That! Pizza was the first to introduce fast, affordable create-your-own personal pizzas. Imagine your very own 10" personal pizza - made right in front of you. Choose from three crusts, nine different sauces and dozens of mouthwatering toppings - anything you want... for one reasonable price! To Learn More, Visit


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