'New Secret Santa' giving away $100 bills in Tulsa
BY MICHAEL OVERALL World Staff Writer
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
11/18/09 at 5:24 PM
Calling himself the "New Secret Santa," an anonymous Kansas City businessman is passing out $100 bills in Tulsa today.
Refusing to identify himself, he'll only say that he was a friend of Larry Stewart, a Kansas City millionaire who for 26 years was known as the "Secret Santa."
Stewart died in 2007, and the New Secret Santa has taken over -- this time making his way to Tulsa.
He passed out crisp $100 bills at several locations, including the Greyhound bus station, thrift shops and convenience stores.
To read more of this story, check back at tulsaworld.com and read Thursday's newspaper.
"Elf 32A," or "Secret Santa" as he calls himself, gets ready to give away $300 to Roberto Mendoza, left, and Adán Garcia at the Salvation Army thrift store at 21st Street and Sheridan Avenue on Wednesday. ADAM WISNESKI/Tulsa World
Rebecca Chadwick gives a hug to "Elf 32A," or "Secret Santa" as he calls himself, after receiving a $100 bill at the Salvation Army thrift store at 21st Street and Sheridan Avenue on Wednesday. ADAM WISNESKI/Tulsa World