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Tulsa’s Future Surpasses $1.1 Billion Goal

Tulsa’s Future, a regional economic development partnership of public and private investors led by the Tulsa Regional Chamber, has surpassed its goal to generate $1.1 billion of new capital investment in northeast Oklahoma between 2016 and 2020. Currently, more than $1.107 billion in capital investment projects are underway in the region.

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Mabrey Bank Announces Executive Leadership Team

Mabrey Bank is ringing in 2019 with a new executive leadership team to guide the $1.1 billion family owned bank into the future. Scott Mabrey, center, has been appointed as the new CEO, John Pixley, right, will become the new President, and Carlisle Mabrey IV, left, will serve as Chief Operating Officer.

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Business and People Notes January 2019

Broken Arrow Mayor Craig Thurmond, Vice Mayor Scott Eudey and City Councilors Mike Lester and Johnny Parks have been appointed to federal committees by The National League of Cities.

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Greenheck Group Celebrates Progress In Tulsa with Huge Investment, 600 Jobs

Greenheck Group, a Wisconsin-based manufacturer of air movement, control and conditioning equipment, recently celebrated the completion of phase one at its Tulsa campus, a $100 million capital investment that will employ 600 people.

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Kitchen 66 Celebrates Launch Program Graduation of Six New Food Businesses

Kitchen 66, a program of the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, celebrated the graduation of the Fall 2018 Launch Program class Dec. 11 at the Mother Road Market. The class included six new Tulsa-based food businesses, featuring concepts ranging from a chocolatier to a healthy meal prep delivery service. The Launch Program combines a four-month comprehensive curriculum with practical experience and sales opportunities. The six groups of new food entrepreneurs also gained access to Kitchen 66’s community of mentors and fellow business owners in the Tulsa food industry.

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Maura Guten Named President and CEO of Child Abuse Network

 Maura Guten has been named as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Child Abuse Network. The local nonprofit provides collaborative services to child abuse victims and their families in Tulsa County and surrounding areas.

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Business and People Notes December 2018

Mayor G.T. Bynum announced that Amy Brown will serve as Tulsa’s deputy mayor beginning Jan. 14, 2019.

The deputy mayor serves as the acting mayor in the mayor’s absence and coordinates policy matters on behalf of the City of Tulsa.

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Bohannon Family Business Celebrates 25th Anniversary


Joe and Sara Bohannon, owners of B&B Liquor Warehouse, bought their first store when they needed a supplemental income for their family of four.

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Stava Building Corp. Welcomes New Leadership

Stava Building Corporation welcomes two new owners to the established Tulsa company. Curt Hellen and LouAnn Smith will join as president and vice president, respectively. John Stava, CEO and founde, will remain active and involved in the day-to-day activities of the corporation.

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Owasso City Manager Discusses Economy


Owasso residents have the lowest property taxes in the metro area and it’s one of the fastest growing communities in the state, making it a challenge for the city to fund its improvements.

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Miller Swim School Opens Jenks Location


With a friendly “Come on in, the water’s fine,” Miller Swim School is expanding to the city of Jenks. A few years in the making, Miller Swim School will be ready to open their second location in the spring of 2019, located on 91st and Elwood Ave.

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OK2Grow, Dream It Do It Oklahoma Celebrate Outstanding Companies

Manufacturing is one of the top industries in Oklahoma, employing more than 130,000 people. October is Manufacturing Month, a nationwide celebration of modern manufacturing to inspire the next generation of makers, builders and dreamers. Manufacturers in Oklahoma are working together to address the skilled labor shortage by connecting future generations to those working in manufacturing. The goal is to make sure this industry continues to prosper.

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ImpactTulsa?Names Carlisha William Executive Director

Carlisha Williams, seasoned educator and Tulsa community leader, joins ImpactTulsa as executive director.  

“As we approach our fifth year in supporting  better education outcomes for all students in the Tulsa region, Carlisha Williams is the perfect leader for the next phase of our work,” said Kathy Taylor, Impact Tulsa Founder and chair of the Leadership Council. “Carlisha is not only steeped in education policy but is a nonprofit leader, native Tulsan, social enterprise strategist and best-selling author.  Her lifelong passion and commitment to quality education opportunities for all children and her significant management experience in high-performing organizations will provide leadership to both our dedicated ImpactTulsa team and our more than 50 community partner organizations.”

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Business and People Notes November 2018

Muscogee (Creek) citizen, Clint Summers, is in his third and final year of law school at the University of Tulsa and was recently selected as TU College of Law’s 2018 Oklahoma Bar Association Student of the Year.

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Spears Travel Celebrates 60 Years of Service


In November, Greg, Gary and Charlene Spears, owners of Spears Travel/Travel Leaders in Tulsa and Bartlesville, are celebrating the 60th anniversary of their business.
Formerly known as Kelley World Travel, Spears World Travel Service was founded in 1958 by Chuck and Charlene Spears.

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