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First State Investment Offers ‘Gold Chip Philosophy’

By LARRY LEVY

Retirement planning is a daunting task, but in the right hands and right investments, one’s future can be as good as gold. This was the goal of Sid Shupack when he founded First State Investment Advisors in 1971. He built the company on what he called the “Gold Chip Philosophy”—a strategy of investing exclusively in the highest quality large-cap stocks—and it continues to pay off for investors nearly 50 years later.

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Tulsa Press Club Hosts Great Plains Awards

The Tulsa Press Club hosted its annual Great Plains Journalism Awards May 4 at Tulsa’s Mayo Hotel.

The Great Plains Journalism Awards is a regional contest honoring print, web, TV and magazine journalists for outstanding stories, photography and design. The eight-state competition includes Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, North Dakota and South Dakota.

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Marshall Brewing Company Celebrates 10 Years

Marshall Brewing Company, Tulsa’s first production brewery, celebrated its tenth anniversary April 22 at its brewery located at 618 S. Wheeling Ave. in Tulsa.

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Tulsa Regional Chamber Concludes D.C. Fly-in

The Tulsa Regional Chamber has concluded its 2018 Tulsa Regional Washington D.C. Fly-In. This three-day event, May 9-11, is the Chamber’s signature federal advocacy trip on behalf of the regional business community.

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Jackie Cooper Showcases 3rd Tulsa Location

Tulsa auto group, Jackie Cooper, has opened a third Tulsa location at 88th Street and South Memorial Drive. Construction of the 36,000 square foot Jackie Cooper Infiniti retail and service facility on a five-and-a-half-acre site began February 14, 2017. To commemorate the recent grand opening, Jackie Cooper hosted a “Fun Under the Big Top” festive circus-theme open house for Infiniti customers and Tulsa community and business leaders. Also in attendance were representatives of Infiniti USA.

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Raska’s Business and Reputation Keep Growing

By BOB LEWIS

As it moves ahead into yet another year of operation, a landmark Broken Arrow business just keeps growing… literally.

Charles E. Raska, along with his wife and partner Shirley, founded the operation in 1953 to provide lawnmowing and landscape services, primarily to homes and businesses in Tulsa. Expansion came in the mid-1960s with the opening of Raska’s Nursery at 824 S. Main St. in Broken Arrow.

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Home Builders Donates To Non-Profits Through Charitable Foundation

Every hand opened for the sake of giving has helped make greater Tulsa a better place. This is exactly what happened last Thursday at the annual fundraiser held by the HBA Charitable Foundation, Appetite for Construction. This year was a record year for the gala as $87,000 was raised to support our community.

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Business and People Notes May 2018

Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) in Tulsa recently announced the addition of Michael W. Yates as vice president of finance. Yates will oversee the hospital’s financial functions, with a specific focus on revenue cycle, service line development, business analytics and managing the reimbursement portfolio. In addition, he will work closely with the CTCA financial executive leadership team on enterprise-wide financial management and policies.

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Hall Estill Receives Top National Ranking

Hall Estill, a leading law firm, with offices in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Denver and Northwest Arkansas, has once again received high marks from the respected law firm and attorney ranking guide, Chambers USA. The publication annually ranks law firms and individual attorneys across the country for their legal knowledge and excellence.

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Rotary Club of Tulsa Announces Tina Miller As Executive Director

The Rotary Club of Tulsa has announced Tina Miller as its new executive director. Previously, Miller was associated with Tulsa World of Gymnastics, Inc., which was founded by her parents in 1976. 

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Tulsa Chosen for Blue Cross Blue Shield IT Facility

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma (BCBSOK) unveiled a state-of-the-art information technology center and hosted a ribbon cutting April 3 at its Tulsa headquarters, 1400 S. Boston Ave.

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Economic Growth Continues in Bixby

By RAEGAN DOUGHARTY

New construction can be seen in various locations in Bixby, something Krystal Crockett, president and CEO of the Bixby Metro Chamber of Commerce, says makes this time an exciting one for the community. Crockett has been with the chamber for close to nine years. She worked at the front desk for the chamber and was involved with events as well and transitioned into her current role soon after.

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August Opening Planned for New Osage Casino

Osage Casinos will open its brand-new, $150-million casino in Tulsa in August 2018, and with it, the casino will welcome a fully operational 4,000-square-foot brewery, featuring locally-brewed beer from Nine Band Brewery.

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Business and People Notes April 2018

Emergency Infant Services announces Bill Andoe as executive director. The Tulsa-based nonprofit — whose mission is to meet the basic needs of infants and children through age five whose families are in crisis — welcomes the nonprofit veteran who has served at several Tulsa-area nonprofit organizations.

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DoubleShot Coffee Co. Celebrates 14 Years

Brian Franklin, owner and roastmaster of the DoubleShot Coffee Company, celebrated14 years of business with a birthday party at its 18th Street and Boston Avenue location March 4. 

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