Local attorney Steven Mezrano is Santa Claus.

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I'm convinced of this fact.

What does Santa do in December?

He comes bearing gifts!

Top local attorney Steven Mezrano is coming to Tuscaloosa bearing some great gifts on Friday, December 15th.

*From Facebook/Mezrano Law Firm


Steven Mezrano is giving away ONE HUNDRED $50 Piggly Wiggly Gift Cards at the Piggly Wiggly in Tuscaloosa, starting at 11:00 am until supplies last.

The Piggly Wiggly store is located off Hwy. 69 South at 641 Bear Creek Road in Tuscaloosa.

Mezrano not only does this at Christmas, but he also gives away meals at Thanksgiving each year.

Below, are photos from the Thanksgiving giveaway in Greene County.

Photo: Facebook/Mezrano Law
Photo: Facebook/Mezrano Law
Photo: Facebook/Mezrano Law

As long as I have lived in Tuscaloosa (1988) I have never seen any local businessman be this charitable.

I'm certain we have plenty of local business people who do wonderful charitable things for the people of West Alabama.

However, Steven Mezrano is one of the most generous people in Alabama.

Mezrano personally funds these holiday projects completely on his own.

I've also seen the impact this has on families in the region. People are genuinely moved by the gesture from Steven Mezrano and his staff.

Some are in tears as they say thank you.

Christmas is a special time of the year. The heart of Steven Mezrano is pretty big when it comes to giving.

Mezrano and his generosity will be on display once again this Friday in  Tuscaloosa.

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