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Fowler Toyota of Norman hosts art supply drive benefitting Norman Public Schools

Fowler Toyota has partnered with the City of Norman, Copelin’s Office Supply, Republic Bank & Trust and STASH to host a community-wide art supply drive to benefit students in Norman Public Schools.

While statewide budget shortfalls have reduced funding available for public education, district leaders have remained steadfast in their commitment to providing robust fine arts programs for Norman students. Additional materials contributed through the supply drive will allow art teachers throughout Norman Public Schools to enhance artistic and educational experiences for students.

To kick off the drive, Fowler Toyota donated $7,500 toward new supplies for Norman Public Schools art teachers. Throughout February and March, Fowler Toyota aims to collect enough art supplies to fill a Toyota Tundra. The community is encouraged to purchase donations from the list below and drop off at the following locations:

Drop-off Locations

  • Fowler Toyota - 4050 N. Interstate Drive, Norman
  • The City of Norman, City Hall – 201 West Gray, Norman
  • Copelin’s Office Supply – 425 W Main St, Norman, OK
  • STASH - 412 E Main St, Norman
  • Republic Bank & Trust – 401 W Main St, Norman, 1200 E Lindsey St, Norman, 550 W Robinson St, Norman

Art Supply List

  • Fade-resistant construction paper
  • Glue sticks
  • 24-color watercolor paint sets
  • Tempera paint
  • Permanent or washable color markers
  • Mod Podge
  • 8-inch scissors
  • Wood or aluminum rulers
  • 4oz Elmers Glue
  • Tape (double-sided, transparent, duct, .5-inch masking)
  • Painting smocks
  • Watercolor paper
  • 36-color watercolor pencils
  • Basic or Mixing Color Student Acrylic Paint

“Since 1973, Fowler Toyota and the Fowler family have been proud to support the community where they call home,” said Fowler Automotive’s Director of Community Outreach, Kristen Vails. “Art education is integral to raising up a generation of successful and creative students, and we hope these supplies will allow teachers to focus on art education. We encourage the community to join us in collecting supplies for our wonderful art educators.”

Donations from above list will be collected through March 31. For more information, visit