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Jackie Cooper Continues Success in Tulsa


Go with a name you know.
That was the 1991 ad slogan when Tulsa’s auto retailer Jackie Cooper Imports first opened its doors in August 1991.

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Key Personnel Finds Jobs for Applicants


Key Personnel has been finding positions for over 100,000 employees in the Tulsa area since 1978. Founded by Tulsan Patti Oertle Phaneuf, Key has grown with the demands of the marketplace.

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Construction Underway at River Spirit Hotel

As construction continues for the River Spirit Casino Phase II expansion project, a 283-foot crane, has been assembled to prepare for construction of the hotel tower. The crane will eventually reach 420 feet as the project progresses of building the 316-foot hotel tower. The construction of the hotel tower will run through December 2016. The tower crane will remain in place for the next 12 months, then will be removed for the remainder of the construction timeline. The construction timeline is 24 months with the projected opening date in early 2017.

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TTCU Gets ‘Wild About Savings’ to Help Build Good Money Habits Among Oklahoma’s Youth

Merriam Webster defines a habit as, “A usual way of behaving: something that a person does often in a regular and repeated way.”

Everyone develops habits, and most likely, a lot of those habits are formed at an early age.

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CCK Strategies Receives Award for Employment

NATIONAL RECOGNITION: Recently, U.S. House of Representative for the 1st District of Oklahoma Jim Bridenstine, center, congratulated Tulsa-based CCK Strategies, a tax and accounting specialty firm, for being selected the “#1 Midsize Accounting Firm to Work For in 2014” by industry trade journal Accounting Today. Standing with Bridenstine are Jeff Frable, left, with CCK Strategies, and company co-founder John Curzon.

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Business & People Notes

Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences President Kayse Shrum, D.O., has announced several changes to her executive leadership team:
William Pettit, D.O., will be promoted to provost of OSU Center for Health Sciences and senior associate dean of academic affairs for OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine; Johnny Stephens, Pharm.D., will be promoted to chief operating officer; Robin Dyer, D.O., will serve as associate dean for academic affairs; Kent Smith, Ph.D., will be associate dean for the Office for the Advancement of American Indians in Medicine and Science.

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Edible Arrangements Under New Ownership


Edible Arrangements is expanding in greater Tulsa after recently coming under new franchise ownership.

“We’re excited to continue growing in the community,” says Natalie Hawkins, Brookside store manager and area company trainer. She encourages customers who may have had a negative past experience, when the company was under different ownership, to give Edible Arrangements another try.

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Tulsa Boys’ Home Residents Learn Finance

Employees of Tulsa Federal Credit Union (Tulsa FCU) volunteered with Junior Achievement of Oklahoma (JAOK) to teach financial literacy to the residents at the Tulsa Boys’ Home.

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Susan Bramsch, Robert Billings Honored at AAF

The American Advertising Federation-Tulsa awarded Susan Bramsch with its Silver ADDY lifetime achievement award at the 48th annual American Advertising Awards (ADDY48) on Feb. 21 at the Tulsa Zoo. Robert Billings received the EDDY award for a commitment to the advancement of advertising and dedicated support of AAF-Tulsa.

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‘Most Interesting Men in the World’ Scheduled To Speak at the University of Tulsa Ad Program

Rocky Novak, managing director, and Jeff Kling, chief creative officer, of the nationally-recognized Fallon Advertising Agency in Minneapolis will be the featured speakers at the annual spring event sponsored by The Ad Program at The University of Tulsa.

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Boat, Sport & Travel Show Makes Waves

TULSA BOAT SHOW: The 2015 Tulsa Boat, Sport and Travel Show took place Feb. 2-8 at the River Spirit Expo at Expo Square, with an increased attendance of 21 percent over last year, says Jennifer Maricle, show manager. Standing with Maricle is Kevin McClure, of Grand Lake Boat Sales. Preparations for next year’s 60th anniversary show are already underway, to be held Feb. 1-6, 2016.

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FlyingTee Introduced for RiverWalk Crossing

A new state-of-the-art golf and entertainment venue has planted roots at the RiverWalk Crossing in Jenks. FlyingTee, a high-tech golf and family entertainment center unveiled its new brand and marketing campaign at a press conference Feb 17 at RiverWalk Crossing.

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Business and People Notes

Arvest Bank announces that Kim Adams, private banking manager and senior vice president of Arvest Bank-Tulsa, has been named the sales manager of Arvest Bank-Tulsa.

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PSO Progresses on New Meter Installation

Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) has begun full deployment of its Advanced Meter Infrastructure (AMI) across its 30,000-square-mile service territory. The replacement of more than 520,000 existing meters with new AMI meters is expected to take through 2016 to complete.

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Costco on its Way


Those eagerly anticipating the opening of Costco may only have to wait until the 2015 holiday season.

Steve McArthur, real estate consultant for Costco, says that the company hopes, barring weather delays, that the club warehouse will open in the fall. “However, if we can’t open by Nov. 1, we will push it into next year,” he says.

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