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Stoney Creek Gives to Charities

COMMUNITY IMPACT: Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center and Broken Arrow officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening celebration on Dec. 2. Stoney Creek Hospitality also announced the Broken Arrow Blue Star Mothers as the winner of its Charity Challenge.

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On Dec. 2, Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center in Broken Arrow announced the winning charity of its Charity Challenge and held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening celebration in honor of the hotel’s official opening.

The Charity Challenge involved five Broken Arrow charities and which one could sell the most raffle tickets, with the winner receiving multiple complimentary stays at Stoney Creek. The charities were able to keep the proceeds from the ticket sales.

The five participating charities were Broken Arrow Blue Star Mothers, Route 66 Pet Rescue, A New Leaf, Emergency Infant Services and Rotary Club of Broken Arrow.
The winning charity was the Broken Arrow Blue Star Mothers.

“The Charity Challenge reflects our company’s long-standing focus on people and communities,” says Stoney Creek Hospitality Founder and CEO Jim Thompson  “As an independent hotel company, we know how important it is to take care of those around you. This Charity Challenge is a great way for us to give back to a community that has already embraced us. It’s our way of saying thank you.”

Stoney Creek opened its doors in October. The hotel and conference center features 177 guest rooms and suites and 40,000 square feet of meeting and event space.

Updated 01-08-2018

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