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Actress Kim Coles, Cindy Morrison Headline OSU Women’s Business Leadership Conference

Actress Kim Coles and Emmy Award-winning television journalist Cindy Morrison are among the speakers highlighting this year’s 27th Annual Women’s Business Leadership Conference March 7 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Tulsa.

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GTR Enters 26th Year

By FORREST CAMERON, Ph.D.

Greater Tulsa Reporter Newspapers is celebrating its 25th birthday with the publication of this January 2018 issue.

Thank you to readers, advertisers and all who have been employed by GTR over the years for making this longevity possible. Also, kudos to my co-publisher Sharon Cameron, who has been with GTR from the beginning!

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Eastern Oklahoma Chapter of AIA Names Tulsa-Based GH2 Architects Firm of the Year

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Eastern Oklahoma Chapter has named GH2 Architects, LLC, as 2017’s Firm of the Year. GH2 Architects is an international architecture and design firm headquartered in Tulsa.

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Tulsa Port of Catoosa Reports Tonnage, Welcomes Barge

The Tulsa Port of Catoosa welcomed a unique, and colorful visitor in December.  It was “Big Hope 1,” a pink barge that traveled along the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System (MKARNS) to raise funds and awareness for the Mary Crowley Cancer Research Center. After a fundraising event held at the Tulsa Port of Catoosa, the barge was loaded with project cargo destined for Ohio. The barge and its message of hope was a meaningful end to another successful month for the Tulsa Port of Catoosa. There were 203,326 tons of cargo shipped in and out of the Port during the month of December 2017.

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PSO Named Customer Champion

Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) has announced it has been named a 2017 Residential Customer Champion in a Cogent Reports study by Market Strategies International.

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Central Bancompany Gives Bonuses to Employees

Central Bancompany, Inc., headquartered in Jefferson City, Missouri, and with six locations in the greater Tulsa area has announced that, as a result of the new federal tax reform, it will distribute a special bonus to its more than 2,500 employees residing across four states. Full-time employees will receive a $1,000 bonus and part-time employees will receive a $500 bonus.

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Step Up Initiative

By MIKE NEAL

A coalition of business leaders recently set aside partisan differences and presented an admirable effort to resolve Oklahoma’s budget crisis. Our fiscal situation will only improve once our state’s elected representatives and business leaders join together and strive for a budget that appropriately funds core government services. We commend the efforts of Step Up Oklahoma in bringing forward revenue and reform solutions.

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Advertising/Promotion Company Formed

Todd Fimple and Shannon Thompson have formed a new company, Oklahoma Promo, which offers thousands of advertising and promotional products to businesses from coast to coast. Friends since they were students at Oklahoma State University, Fimple and Thompson have a combimed experience of 40 years in sales and marketing with 14 years in advertising and promotional products.

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Business and People Notes January 2018

The Parent Child Center of Tulsa’s (PCCT) board of directors have chosen Regina Moon as the agency’s new president and CEO.

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China Airlines and NORDAM Sign Agreement

Tulsa-based NORDAM and China Airlines recently signed a joint-venture agreement that established NORDAM Asia Limited, a company to repair and overhaul structural aircraft components for the China Airlines fleet and for other airlines in the Asia-Pacific region.

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Business and People Notes December 2017

Eunice Tarver has been named Tulsa Community College Northeast Campus provost and will oversee the academic and daily operations of that campus. Most recently, she served as interim provost of the TCC Northeast Campus and will continue to serve in a dual role as Assistant Vice President for Diversity & Inclusion.

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Olga Morgan’s Accomplishments Are ‘Vydayushciysya’

By BOB LEWIS

The tongue-twister in the headline is Russian for “outstanding,” a word that reflects the accomplishments of a woman who came to the United States from that country and has earned a place as one of the most credentialed professionals in Oklahoma’s financial services industry.

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Sprint Features Tech Gifts Under $100

With the holiday season in full swing, it’s time to make room for the latest technology for anyone on the holiday list.

The Tile Mate Item Tracker is a helpful gift for those friends who are always losing something. Help them keep track of their items with this tiny Bluetooth tracker paired with an easy-to-use app. Just place the tile on your items and easily find it by loudly ringing the lost item or checking the map on your device. Get a four-pack of tiles for $69.99.

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Joe Robson Honored by Home Builders

Tulsa-based builder and developer Joe Robson has received the National Housing Center’s 2017 Exemplary Service to Home Building Award. Robson served on the leadership team of the National Association of Home Builders’ Board of Directors for five years and was NAHB Chairman in 2009.

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Business and People Notes November 2017

Schnake Turnbo Frank, a strategic communications and management consulting firm with offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, has announced the recent election of Steve Turnbo as chairman of the Oklahoma Judicial Nominating Commission (JNC), effective immediately.

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