Central National Bank Supports Small Business
Central National Bank has been serving Oklahoma communities for nearly 100 years. Established in 1913 in Enid, Okla., the bank has grown to eight locations with the most recent branch opening in Tulsa at 48th Street and Lewis Avenue. Other branches serve the Enid, Bartlesville, Blackwell, Woodward and Mooreland communities. The bank serves primarily agricultural customers in the western part of the state and small businesses in the eastern region.
British Engineer Helps Boost Tulsa Firm
APSCO Inc. President Larry Mocha has had two driving forces in his business career. One is to keep his business afloat through tough economic times and governmental regulation changes and to thrive.
Cricket Adds to Growth with Jenks Store
Cricket Wireless has opened a location in the Jenks in the River View Center at 807 East A Street, Suite 111. District Manager Devin Wyckoff says, “We opened this location recently and the response has been good. People are pleased that we’re here. It’s a lot more convenient for them.”
TULSA’S STORY, TULSA’S WOMEN:
A March 1 workshop sponsored by the Tulsa Chapter of the Association for Women in Communication () features prominent Tulsans. From left are members Sharon King Davis, Suzanne Wallis, Mary Beth Babcock and Lucinda Rojas Ross.
SPIRIT WINNER: Jan Laub won second place in the Tulsa Entrepreneurial Spirit Awards with her company Twin Foods, Inc. Nearly 100 companies were entered.
GTR After Hours
Claudette Rogers, center, membership and marketing at Cedar Ridge Country Club, stopped by the Newspapers booth and Tulsa Metro Chamber’s After Hours Feb. 16 to meet with Sharon Cameron, left, and Kelly Johnson. The event offers networking opportunities for businesses throughout the area. The event was held at the RiverSpirit Event Center.
Celebrating 35 Years
FRIENDLY GATHERING: Ed Bettinger recently celebrated 35 years with . From left to front are Beth Schmidt, Kerry Walsh, Celina Anderson Burkhart and Jocelyn Ashcraft. From right to front are Bettinger, Mark Ashcraft, Carole Huff Hicks and Laura Chalus. Along wall from left are Larry Hicks, April Murelio, Richard Bewley, Jak Kidwell and RC Morrison. The gathering was held at Fassler Hall in Downtown Tulsa.
Jackie Cooper Hosts Launch Party
Jackie Cooper Imports recently introduced the 7th Generation Porsche 911 to guests at a launch party hosted in the dealership’s service drive. Also on display were each of the model’s previous generations, dating back to 1963.
CEO Tulsa Opens
The Center for Employment Opportunities recently announced the opening of Tulsa, a new program that provides employment services to people returning home from prison to Tulsa County. The program helps formerly incarcerated people gain basic work skills to obtain full-time, private sector jobs.
Diane White PR Takes Clients National
Diane White has taken years of news experience and turned them into a successful public relations career that has brought the spotlight on to many Tulsa businesses.
Business and People Notes
Hall Estill announces that Jeffrey C. Rambach has joined the firm as a shareholder. Since entering private practice in 1989, he has concentrated his practice in all areas of taxation, trusts and estates, ERISA and employee benefits, mergers and acquisitions, business formations, tax litigation, charitable foundations and nonprofits. In addition, he assists clients with wealth transfer planning, business transactions and employee benefits.
Donations Needed for American Red Cross
A little-known option is available to those wanting to give to the American Red Cross. The American Red Cross accepts donations of cars, motorcycles, recreational vehicles and boats. It even takes care of picking up the donated vehicle.
Tulsa Among Top U.S. Cities for Job Creation
The Tulsa region leaped ahead of the nation in 2011, earning accolades for its impressive job creation, economic performance and more. Through the Tulsa Metro Chamber’s Tulsa’s Future plan, more than 8,200 jobs were created in 2011; of which more than 4,000 were above the initiative’s target income of $50,000 or greater, annually.
New Efforts Made by Union to Save American Airlines
The local Transport Workers Union announced today a new plan to keep American Airlines jobs in Tulsa as the air carrier continues through bankruptcy proceedings.
Tulsa Advertising History Highlighted at ADDYs
When the American Advertising Federation Tulsa () committee began planning for this year’s event, they quickly learned that it was also the 75th Anniversary of the rebirth of the Tulsa Ad Club.
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