Many upcoming Chamber events will shift to a virtual format, but some cancellations are necessary.
For more than 125 years, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber has been the driving force behind the growth of the Oklahoma City region. As a member, you are an important part of that mission.
Chamber member Homeland, the Greater OKC Chamber and the Alliance for Economic Development will break ground for a new full-service grocery store at a site which will eventually also be home to a MAPS 3 senior wellness center.
Art connects us and artists are our conduits.
Paycom Software, Inc. announced that its founder and CEO, Chad Richison, has been named one of Glassdoor’s Highest Rated CEOs During the COVID-19 Crisis, based on employee submitted feedback.
With construction completed at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex, tournaments have returned. Though the NCAA Women’s College World Series was canceled this year, the city is still a “must-visit” destination for softball players.
A community partnership has aims to create stronger dialogue for social justice and anti-racism.
One of the city’s busiest districts has made provisions to make it safer and even more fun to visit. Make plans to visit the Plaza District for 16th Street Saturdays. Learn more about the weekly event.