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New 'AudaCity' podcast: Downtown in December, join the OKC Social Squad, local holiday shopping, more
We also discuss MAPS 4 passing, our favorite ways to show out-of-town friends and family how cool OKC is, hear from Chamber retail recruiter Tammy Fate on what's coming in 2020 and more.
Oklahoma City’s voters delivered a message at the polls on Dec. 10 that will keep the 20-plus year momentum of OKC’s reinvention rolling.
MAPS 3 projects, related development and Chamber-member arts venues were cited as catalysts for OKC's inclusion. "Oklahoma City is officially hitting its stride as an arts and culture destination."
If you live in Oklahoma City, today is your chance to support the most comprehensive MAPS package to date by voting YES at the polls in support of MAPS 4.
“The strength of Oklahoma City is that we have a bunch of people all focused on the same vision," said Marc Jones, Homeland's president and CEO.
If you’re reading this blog post on the first day it was posted, then today’s a very important day for OKC. We get to vote on MAPS 4.