Denver, December 5- No one wants to be delayed by a roadside emergency this time of year, especially Santa Claus. While Santa prepares at the North Pole, he is again looking to AAA Colorado tow trucks as a back-up plan in case Rudolf’s nose dims or his sleigh requires road side or roof top assistance.

Today a AAA Colorado tow truck, loaded with a giant gift box, brought bikes, dolls, footballs, games and other toys to the Holiday Shop at Warren Village. Toys were donated by AAA Colorado and its employees at seven Denver locations.

“AAA Colorado is delighted to continue our support of the Warren Village Holiday Shop through Tows for Toys,” said Tony DeNovellis, President and CEO. “AAA Colorado applauds the residents’ efforts to improve their lives. These donations from AAA and our employees express our wishes for a happy holiday to the parents and children of Warren Village.”

“AAA Colorado’s dedication to the community is illustrated by their generosity and we truly appreciate their ongoing support of Warren Village and the families we serve. Because of their contributions, our single parent families, and particularly the children, will be able to enjoy the holiday season. We are grateful for their support,” said Sharon Knight, President and CEO of Warren Village.

Located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Denver, Warren Village is a unique family community, nationally recognized for its programs to help motivated low-income, previously homeless single-parent families to move from public assistance to personal and economic self-sufficiency through subsidized housing, on-site nationally accredited child care, intensive case management, educational guidance and career development.

AAA Colorado has more than 600,000 members and is an advocate for safety and security for all travelers. As North America’s largest motoring and leisure travel organization, AAA provides over 54 million members with travel, insurance, financial and automotive related services, as well as member exclusive savings.