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Tulsa Regional Chamber names Elizabeth Osburn senior vice president of government affairs; Zack Stoycoff promoted to vice president

Published Friday, January 27, 2017
The Tulsa Regional Chamber announced the promotion of Elizabeth Osburn to the role of senior vice president of government affairs. Osburn joined the Chamber in 2015 as vice president of government affairs, bringing more than a decade of experience in public policy and government relations. Osburn succeeds Nick Doctor, who departed the role in November to more»

Tulsa Small Business Connection announces partnership with SCORE

Published Monday, January 9, 2017
The Tulsa Small Business Connection (TSBC) has partnered with SCORE, a national volunteer-based organization providing mentorship and education, for a local small business mentorship program, the two organizations announced today. The program connects members of the TSBC with mentors from across the region and nation at no cost. Mentors are matched more»

Arvest Winterfest to welcome one millionth ice skater

Published Monday, January 9, 2017
As the final days of the 2016-2017 Arvest Winterfest season come to a close, all of Tulsa is invited to come ice skate one more time and have the chance to be the one millionth ice skater. Arvest Winterfest prepares to honor a special guest as organizers expect the one millionth ice skater to step onto the ice rink before the conclusion of the event on more»

Chamber names Kathy Duck executive director of the Tulsa Small Business Connection

Published Tuesday, December 20, 2016
The Tulsa Regional Chamber is pleased to announce Kathy Duck’s promotion to executive director of the Tulsa Small Business Connection, effective Jan. 3. Duck succeeds Heather McDowell, who recently departed after serving as executive director for four years. Previously, Duck served as the economic development program coordinator for the Chamber and more»

OKPOP announces final site selection

Published Friday, December 16, 2016
Oklahoma Historical Society officials announced today the organization will construct the Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture (OKPOP) at 422 North Main Street in Tulsa, across the street from the historic Cain’s Ballroom, home of Bob Wills. Tulsan David Sharp and Interak Corporation donated the quarter block of land for the OKPOP site, estimated to be more»

BOK Center and PSO partner on new art installation

Published Thursday, December 8, 2016
Like a steady drum beat, there's momentum building in Tulsa as the city is quickly becoming the next great music destination. Nowhere else can someone see the stage that Bob Wills made famous or see the actual notebooks and papers that Oklahoma-native Woody Guthrie used to write some of his most iconic songs. It's the rich local music history and the more»

Tulsa Regional Chamber comments on Scott Pruitt appointment

Published Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Mike Neal, President and CEO of the Tulsa Regional Chamber comments on Scott Pruitt appointment: "First and foremost, we thank Scott Pruitt for his years of dedicated public service in Oklahoma and to the citizens of our state — both as a senator and more recently as Attorney General. Now, with his appointment as administrator of the Environmental more»

BOK Center nominated for Arena of the Year again by Pollstar

Published Monday, November 14, 2016
General Manager Jeff Nickler also nominated for Facility Executive of the Year (Tulsa, Okla.) November 11, 2016 – Oklahoma's marquee concert venue continues to generate national industry recognition. Last month in Nashville, BOK Center was awarded "Arena of the Year" by the International Entertainment Buyers Association (IEBA). This morning, Los more»

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