New Member | Chris Paul Rettman Photography

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Please join us as we welcome Chris Paul Rettman Photography to the Chamber. Chris has been in business for over seven years. You might recognize his work from J. Lilly’s Boutique in Nicoma Park. He’s also worked with the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, the Criterion, and Boxcar Revival. Chris also specializes in real estate photography. Check out Chris’s work here.

Feb 15 | Ribbon Cuttings!

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Please join us as we celebrate two new businesses in our community! Who: SkinPro Studio and Slipping J Storage What: Ribbon cuttings to celebrate two new businesses When: Today, Feb. 15 at 3 PM Where: SkinPro Studio (located inside Indulge) at 18320 NE 23rd Street, then around the corner at Slipping J Storage

Get Your Ad in the 2018-19 Directory!

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*Advertise your business and promote special programs, products and services *Direct mailed to 4500 households and businesses in Choctaw, Jones, and Nicoma Park *Online directory link and listing *Available only to current Chamber members

2014 | Chairman of the Board, Mitch Hale

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Mitch Hale, Manager of Community Affairs for OG&E, served as our Chairman of the Board in 2014. Mitch, a Choctaw native whose dedication to Eastern Oklahoma County is unmatched, recently stated his fondest memory was “the sense of community and how everyone works together to help with events and promoting each other.” Mitch worked closely with State legislators to pass …

Nov 25 | Small Business Saturday

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Three Reasons To Participate in Small Business Saturday 1. This shopping holiday directs focus onto small businesses and the local communities they serve during the busy holiday shopping season. 2. Small Business Saturday is a phenomenal PR move, not just for American Express, but for all small businesses who choose to participate (and even those who don’t). 3. Unlike big …