Spy is happy to help Oklahoma

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(Press Release)

CARLSBAD, Calif. — SPY was Happy to Help raise funds over the Memorial Day weekend for the victims of the Oklahoma tornado by donating $30 from every sunglass sale on www.spyoptic.com. The funds went directly to the Moore Community Center in their efforts to provide aid and shelter for the victims and families of those affected by the devastating natural disaster.

Touching down in Moore, OK on May 20, the tornado ripped a 17-mile wide path of destruction, destroying almost 1,200 homes and displacing several thousand residents in the Oklahoma City suburb. The rebuilding of Moore will be a long arduous process, but one that will bring closure and solidarity to this disaster stricken community.

Please join SPY in supporting our brothers and sisters in Oklahoma by donating to The City of Moore Recovers.

For additional information on how to support the victims of the Oklahoma Tornado, go to https://moore.recovers.org/. For more information about SPY, log-on at www.spyoptic.com, www.facebook.com/spyoptic, Twitter @spyoptic and @spyoptic on Instagram.

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