Governor Stitt Featured at Tulsa Press Club Page One Luncheon

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IMPRESSIVE SPEAKER: Gov. Kevin Stitt, left, and Tulsa Press Club President Jarrel Wade in the lobby of the Atlas Life Building in downtown Tulsa after the February Page One Luncheon.

Page One luncheons returned to the Tulsa Press Club in February featuring Gov. Kevin Stitt, who updated Press Club members on accomplishments from his first year in office, and the priorities he’s outlined for his second year in office.
Page One luncheons were a staple of the Tulsa Press Club for more than a decade before taking a hiatus in 2013. The luncheons served as a platform for newsmakers to broadcast their policy positions and news of the day from Tulsa to a statewide audience.
“Page One luncheons are an opportunity for business leaders, politicians, government heads and other newsmakers to speak directly to Tulsa’s journalism community about important issues,” said Jarrel Wade, Tulsa Press Club president. “We’re excited to have Gov. Stitt as our first guest, and we look forward to announcing more exceptional speakers throughout this election year.”
The Tulsa Press Club’s mission is to promote high standards of journalism, foster the highest ideals of ethics and fairness among its members, defend freedom of the press and access to public information, encourage the free exchange of ideas between the community and members of the public and encourage the pursuit of journalism careers among students.
Proceeds benefit the mission of the Tulsa Press Club, which includes providing college scholarships for Tulsa-area journalism students. The Club is on the first floor of the historic Atlas Life Building at 415 S. Boston Ave. in downtown Tulsa.