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Jason Scarpa Gains Ownership of In the Raw

By EMILY RAMSEY

In the Raw, 216 S. Main St., located in downtown Broken Arrow’s Rose District, has a new owner. Jason Scarpa, owner of Main Street Tavern and The Rooftop, took ownership of In the Raw Broken Arrow in December. The restaurant is now a part of Scarpa Restaurant Concepts.

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Broken Arrow’s Joe Robson Inducted into First Class of Oklahoma Housing Hall of Fame

The Oklahoma State Home Builders Association honored long-time Broken Arrow builder Joe Robson as one of the two first “Hall of Fame” inductees into the Oklahoma Housing Hall of Fame.

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SeekingSitters CEO Takes a ‘Time-Out’ On RV Tour to Find Work/Life Balance

National Franchise System SeekingSitters’ motto of “Family First” was anything but what CEO Adrienne Kallweit was practicing in 2013. Her family’s business was growing rapidly, and it was apparent the stress was affecting her family in a negative way. She decided to do something about it and gave herself a CEO Time-Out. Kallweit spent the year traveling the country RV style, homeschooling her three young children and getting back to “family first.”

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Barnes Tag Agency Celebrates 30 Successful Years

By BLAKE AUSTYN

Jim Barnes opened Barnes Tag Agency on August 26, 1985, as the first and only tag agency to be appointed dually, both by the state senators of Tulsa County as their last appointment and by the Oklahoma Tax Commission in Oklahoma City as their first appointment when the law changed in 1985.

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BOOMTOWN AWARD WINNERS:

The Tulsa-Regional-Chamber-sponsored Tulsa’s Young Professionals, known as TYPros, celebrated its ten-year anniversary in November at the Expo Square Pavilion.

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St. Gregory’s University Awarded Accreditation For Business Programs

The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) Baccalaureate/Graduate Degree Board of Commissioners has awarded St. Gregory’s University of Shawnee accreditation of its business programs. St. Gregory’s also holds classes in Tulsa.

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Daughters Continue Legacy at Canterbury Lane

By EMILY RAMSEY

Sisters Allison and Emily Benesh grew up working with their mother, Robin Benesh, and her gift shop endeavors whether it was in a booth in a local store or, later, at her shop, Canterbury Lane, which she opened in 2007 in the Shops of Seville, at the corner of 101st Street and Yale Avenue.

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Business and People Notes

Tulsa Community College has announced leadership changes that align with its new strategic plan and emphasize student services and development, academic affairs, and resource development.

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Flintco Receives 11 Construction Excellence Awards

Flintco, LLC, one of the nation’s largest commercial contractors, received 11 awards for construction excellence from the Associated Builders and Contractors of Oklahoma (ABC). Each of the company’s Oklahoma-based offices, including Flintco Tulsa, Oakridge Builders, and Flintco Oklahoma City received top awards.

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Local Builder Named National Home Remodeler of the Month

Edward Kaplan of The Buckingham Group in Tulsa was named the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Remodelers November Remodeler of the Month. Kaplan, selected through a stringent judging process of NAHB Remodelers leadership and staff, exemplifies the best in the remodeling industry.

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Business and People Notes

John M. O’Connor, shareholder and chairman of the board of directors of Newton, O’Connor, Turner & Ketchum law firm, has been appointed to the Oklahoma State University-Tulsa Board of Trustees.

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Predicting the Economy: What’s Ahead for Tulsa in 2016 and Beyond

By ARTHUR A. RASHER, Ph. D.

Editor’s Note: Dr. Rasher is a recently retired professor of management at the University of Tulsa Collins College of Business. He holds a Ph. D. in finance and management science from Michigan State University and an M.S. in system dynamic from the Sloan School of Management at MIT.

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Annual Arabian Show Boosts Local Economy

By EMILY RAMSEY

Kay Stone Buford knows the power of a horse and its powerful connection with a human.

“I was raised on the back of a horse,” she says.

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Tulsa Federal Credit Union Opens in South Tulsa

Tulsa Federal Credit Union hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Nov. 9 to celebrate the opening of its new south Tulsa branch. The 4,300 square-foot branch is located at 10790 S. Memorial Drive.

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OSU-Tulsa Alumnus Finds Success with MBA Degree

Sean Kouplen, chairman and chief executive officer of Regent Bank, attributes much of his career success to his affiliation with Oklahoma State University.

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