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Governor Mary Fallin joins Tulsa region in celebrating 2015 economic successes at Tulsa’s Future Annual Meeting

Published Thursday, April 14, 2016
Fifteen years into the 21st Century, the Tulsa region has experienced record job growth and investment, and has attracted world-class companies. Tuesday evening, business and industry leaders from across northeast Oklahoma joined Governor Mary Fallin and Tulsa Mayor Dewey F. Bartlett, Jr. to celebrate the successes and conclusion of the region’s more»

Jim Morgan named SVP of Communications

Published Monday, April 11, 2016

The Tulsa Regional Chamber announced the hiring of Jim Morgan to the role of Senior Vice President of Communications effective April 4. Morgan joins the Chamber as SVP after LToya Knighten, in the role since 2013, has transitioned to the role of Vice President of the department.

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Chamber celebrates passage of all Vision Tulsa props

Published Thursday, April 7, 2016
"Elections are about choice and the citizens of Tulsa have chosen progress. We are thrilled that Tulsa voters approved all three propositions of the Vision Tulsa package as well as the Tulsa County proposition. The investments approved tonight will drive economic progress, moving Tulsa up the ranks among our peer set of cities. The confidence voters showed more»

Tulsa Regional Chamber ready to help member companies impacted by tornados

Published Thursday, March 31, 2016
After last night’s widespread tornado outbreak, the Tulsa Regional Chamber stands by ready to help impacted member companies. If the severe weather damaged your place of business and you need a temporary desk to work from, please contact Kathy Duck at 918.560.0294 or kathyduck@tulsachamber.com to arrange for temporary space at the Chamber offices or more»

Response to SEC filing by Energy Transfer Equity

Published Wednesday, March 23, 2016
In response to today's SEC filing by Energy Transfer Equity: "Today’s SEC filing by Energy Transfer Equity will be devastating to the entire state of Oklahoma, including both the Tulsa and Oklahoma City metro regions if a substantial presence of jobs are not kept in Oklahoma. Portions of today’s filing are completely opposite of previous public more»

Tulsa returns to SXSW for Trade Show and Tulsa Boom Factory

Published Monday, March 21, 2016
The Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture and VisitTulsa traveled to Austin, Texas for South By Southwest (SXSW) this past week for the Trade Show and to revive “Tulsa Boom Factory,” the official music day party. The Trade Show booth, boasting “Created In Tulsa,” highlighted Tulsa as a creative and cultural hub focusing on more»

Leon Russell to Headline Tulsa SXSW Music Party

Published Tuesday, March 15, 2016

The Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture (Tulsa FMAC), along with VisitTulsa, is beyond thrilled to announce that Tulsa Boom Factory will return to South By Southwest (SXSW) for its second year, and Leon Russell will headline the event scheduled for Thursday, March 17 from 11A to 5P. The official SXSW music day party will focus on promoting Tulsa’s music scene, and will feature 10 bands on two stages at a new venue , Bungalow (92 Rainey Street).

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Kaiser Family Foundation and University of Tulsa acquire Bob Dylan Archive

Published Sunday, March 13, 2016
The George Kaiser Family Foundation and University of Tulsa recently acquired Bob Dylan's secret archive that will be permanently housed in Tulsa. "We are beyond thrilled that these treasures have found a home in Tulsa. It makes sense to both us and Dylan that these artifacts live at the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, where music enthusiasts can view the more»

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