Greater Tulsa Reporter
COMMUNITY IMPACT: Arthur Greeno, owner and operator of two Tulsa Chick-fil-A locations, recently nominated the Little Light House (LLH) for The Chick-fil-A Foundation’s 2017 True Inspiration Awards. Pictured with Greeno are, from left, Sara Winders, LLH grant writer; Jean Winfrey, LLH executive director; and Rachel Mouton, LLH director of development.
Arthur Greeno, owner and operator of two Tulsa Chick-fil-A locations, recently nominated Little Light House for The Chick-fil-A Foundation’s 2017 True Inspiration Awards.
The True Inspiration Awards was created to honor the legacy of Truett Cathy, founder of Chick-fil-A, who dedicated his life to inspiring and challenging others, especially youth, to be their best.
The True Inspiration Awards recognizes community organizations whose work impacts the lives of youth in the areas of innovative education, youth entrepreneurship and leadership.
Greeno owns and operates the Chick-fil-A locations at Woodland Hills Mall and 11201 E. 71st St. He has also served as a board member for the Little Light House for more than five years.
“I am blessed to be able to serve the Little Light House. My mission is to teach, inspire and serve,” he says.
That mission also plays an integral role in Greeno’s business model, he continues, that of teaching his team and others about how to honor their guests.
The Little Light House works to improve the quality of life of children with special needs from birth to the age of six. The Little Light House does not charge tuition and all of its funding comes from private sources.