Tulsa Unveils Golden Campaign for Tesla

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MAYORAL MARKETING: Tulsa Mayor G.T.Bynum talks with members of the media after the unveiling of the Tesla logo and the new look on the Golden Driller at Tulsa Expo Square.

On Wednesday, May 20, the Tulsa For Tesla committee unveiled the new temporary look for the Golden Driller as part of a city-wide campaign to promote Tulsa as a potential site to build Tesla’s newest U.S. Gigafactory. 
The Golden Driller is temporarily sporting a Tesla branded belt and t-shirt, as well as a new but familiar face: Elon Musk.The Golden Driller represents the pioneering ingenuity that founded Tulsa.
The economic significance of bringing Tesla to our city would positively impact not only Tulsa but the entire state of Oklahoma. In just 12 short years, the Greater Tulsa region has invested more than $3 billion in entertainment, education, arts, sports, downtown housing, parks, river development, and a 100 mile trail system connecting it all.
“It is clear that Tesla and Tulsa were forged in the same spirit. Both founded by pioneers who dreamt big and made it happen. Both trying to change the world with a new kind of energy. Both investing big in what matters most: people,” said Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum. “Tulsa is a city that doesn’t stifle entrepreneurs – we revere them. And as Tesla continues to rapidly change transportation all around the world, I can’t imagine a better place for them to further that important work than Green Country.” 
Sandy Truong, president of the Tesla Owners Club of Oklahoma said, “Oklahoma already has a strong affinity for the Tesla brand with hundreds of Oklahoma Tesla owners who are very excited and passionate about the possibility of a Tesla plant being in our home state.”
Tulsa and Austin, Texas appear to be the two finalists in the running for Tesla’s newest U.S. Gigafactory that will build Cybertrucks and Model Y small SUVs. Show your support for the city-wide campaign by using #Tulsa4Tesla on social media.