Volunteer for Resource Campaign today

Karen Humphrey, Director, Resource Campaign and Affinity Programs

The Chamber cannot achieve its goals without a motivated and talented group of volunteers. With the kickoff of the Chamber’s annual Resource Campaign comes a great opportunity to have fun and win some rewards for your hard work. The 10-week (April-June) campaign provides 30 percent of the Chamber’s annual operating budget. More than 160 volunteers […]

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A free guide to small business hiring

Jessica Flint, Project Manager, Entrepreneurship

Small Business owners are powered by their people. To be successful, small businesses need to act thoughtfully when it comes to finding good candidates. They need to carefully review their labor needs, navigate the interview process to hire the best and recognize and reward employees’ achievements. In this white paper sponsored by American Express OPEN, […]

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Teachers line up behind Common Core

Brian Paschal, Chamber SVP of Education and Workforce

The urgency is growing. As state lawmakers consider bills that would hold back academic standards at a time when Oklahoma students are falling further behind their national and international peers, local teachers are coming forward to call for staying the course for the sake of our children. Oklahoma’s legislature chose in 2010 to adopt Common […]

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Demand for downtown residences continues to grow

Delise Tomlinson, Executive Director of Downtown Development

Downtown Tulsa is attracting significant development, with around $1 billion in private and public investment taking shape since 2008. The area is expanding its offerings each day in regard to entertainment, dining and shopping options. As the city’s urban core continues its steady development, demand for residences within the IDL increases. Currently, around 4,200 residents […]

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New York Times recognizes Oklahoma early childhood education

Kuma Browne, education program manager

Oklahoma's successful early childhood education program was the focus of a New York Times op-ed column this weekend. The piece highlighted the positive impact of literacy at a young age and recognized Tulsa's George B. Kaiser and the George Kaiser Family Foundation for leadership in supporting early childhood education.

The columnist, Nicholas D. Kristof, suggested the "The Oklahoma Project" be adopted nationwide.

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Disc golf championships come to Tulsa

April 14, 2014

Tulsa Sports Commission welcomes the Tim Selinske U.S. Masters Disc Golf Championship to Tulsa, April 25-27. The competition is being presented through a partnership with Professional Disc Golf Association and Tulsa Disc Sports Association. Estimated attendance is expected to be over 250 master athletes from across the country. Five rounds of competition will take place […]

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Thousands come to the region for 2014 Lexus Tulsa Cup

April 14, 2014

Tulsa Sports Commission congratulates Tulsa Soccer Club for another huge event. The Lexus Tulsa Cup brought over 340 teams and nearly 15,000 athletes, parents, spectators and coaches to the region this past weekend. Sixty-five percent of teams participating were from out of town. Tournament attendees filled hotels and packed out restaurants across the region. The […]

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VisitTulsa welcomes travel writers

March 31, 2014

VisitTulsa welcomes the Central States Chapter – Society of American Travel Writers conference to Tulsa this week. Forty-five writers from across the country will be here Tuesday through Friday to learn what the Tulsa region has to offer. Attendees will dine at some of Tulsa’s top local restaurants, and conference sessions will take place at […]

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Cheering on the home team

March 25, 2014

The 2014 Tulsa Drillers are returning to ONEOK Field for their fifth season. As a Tulsa Regional Chamber member you can get in on the action and save money on tickets for any of the five Chamber Days. The Chamber Days are designed to award your staff, host clients or enjoy a few innings of […]

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Tulsa Federal Credit Union Tulsa Run registration opens

March 17, 2014

Registration is now open for the 2014 Tulsa Federal Credit Union Tulsa Run, taking place Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014. Tulsa Sports Commission is preparing for a great race, including course updates and additions to the Runner’s Expo and Finish Line Fest. The early-bird registration fees are discounted and will start increasing leading up to race […]

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Chamber, volunteers Rev.It.Up with launch of Resource Campaign

April 10, 2014

The Tulsa Regional Chamber and a group of highly-motivated volunteers gathered at Tulsa’s Renaissance Square April 10 to kick off the Chamber’s annual Resource Campaign. The 10-week (April-June) campaign provides 30 percent of the Chamber’s annual operating budget. More than 130 volunteers help the Chamber generate revenue by selling sponsorships for programs, events, publications and […]

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Tulsa businessman named top financial advisor in state

April 3, 2014

Barron recently announced its list of top advisors in the country, naming Senator Mike Mazzei, CFP, No. 1 in the state of Oklahoma for 2014. Mazzei is President of Tulsa Wealth Advisors, an independent firm, and Branch Manager with Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. “The recognition is a testament to the strength of my entire team,” […]

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Vote YES and Yes: Today is Election Day in Tulsa County

April 1, 2014

Tulsa County voters will consider two propositions at the polls today that address key public safety needs for the Tulsa community, and are top priorities for the Chamber and its members. “The Tulsa Regional Chamber board unanimously voted to endorse both propositions earlier this year,” said Mike Neal, president and CEO of the Tulsa Regional […]

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Glenpool hires new city manager

March 20, 2014

Anadarko City Manager Roger Kolman has accepted the city manager position in Glenpool. “We are excited to welcome Roger to the Tulsa region,” said Mike Neal, president and CEO of the Tulsa Regional Chamber. “He’ll be a great addition to the City of Glenpool with well-respected experience driving development and progress in Anadarko. We look […]

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Larry Mocha honored by U.S. Small Business Administration

March 19, 2014

Larry Mocha, long-time Tulsa Regional Chamber volunteer and president and CEO of Tulsa-based  manufacturing firm APSCO Inc., is being honored by the U.S. Small Business Administration as the 2014 Small Business Person of the Year for Oklahoma. As Oklahoma’s Small Business Person of the Year, Mocha will compete for national honors in Washington, D.C. Winners will […]

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2014 Spring/Summer Visitor’s Guide


A guide to the best things to see and do around Tulsa.


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Chamber Report Jan-Feb 2014


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Nov/Dec 2013 Chamber Report


In this issue: Aerospace firms celebrate growth, small business highlight, Tulsa hits a home run with Big XII and more


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Oklahoma business groups support Common Core


The Tulsa Regional Chamber supports Common Core for a better business environment, economy


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Sept./Oct. 2013 Chamber Report


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2013-2014 Partners In Education Handbook


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2012-2013 VisitTulsa Annual Report and 2013-2014 Outlook


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Chamber Report: July/August 2013


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  • Calling all runners and funlovers-- Fleet Feet Sports Tulsa has an offer we just can't refuse exclusively for our members. $5 off registration for the fantastic, Cinco De Mayo run on May 2nd. Mexican food, drinks and fun are waiting at the finish line of this run. Register online with promo code TYPRO to receive your discount.

    Friday, May 2
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    Help yourself get in summertime shape with this refreshing springtime evening run — and then enjoy some post-race grubs — all for a good cause. Net proceeds from this event go to participating local elementary schools.


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