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Chisholm Creek

Chisholm Creek

 

CHISHOLM CREEK PROVIDES A PLACE FOR LIFE & STYLE TO CONVERGE. WITH CHIC SHOPPING,
CHOICE DINING, CONTEMPORARY LIVING, CONVENIENT WORK ENVIRONMENTS AND COMPELLING
ENTERTAINMENT, A CURRENT EXPERIENCE IS AROUND EVERY BEND.

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Reasor’s Foods

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In 1963 Reasor’s was born with a store in Tahlequah Oklahoma by my father, Larry Reasor. Dad had one fundamental idea: sell the customers items they want to buy.

This is a simple concept, but most retailers just never catch on to the idea of putting customers needs first. Dad started an Oklahoma tradition back then, which continues today.

Reasor’s was family owned until 2007, when it became an employee owned company. Today, Reasor’s has 15 locations and two convenience stores and employs nearly 3,000 people in Northeastern Oklahoma.

As a growing company, we understand Reasor’s focus: customer service. Most anyone can sell groceries, but not everyone delivers the service.

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16Th Street Plaza District

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The Plaza District Association works to develop the Plaza District as a vibrant commercial district where arts, local business and neighborhood community thrives. This mission is achieved by:

-promoting the district to a wide audience through events and marketing

-encouraging investment in the district through property and business location

-working with the City of Oklahoma City to address the needs of the district

-engaging the neighborhood and community to support the progress of the district

-creating place and opportunity for the community to interact with the arts and artists

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Stockyards City!

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Deeply rooted in Oklahoma’s pioneer heritage, Stockyards City offers an Old West experience and Oklahoma hospitality to visitors from around the globe!
Our uniquly western district hosts over 70 businesses specializing and catering to the everyday working cowboy and cowgirl. We offer western wear, farm and ranch needs, fine dining and entertainment!

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Whole Foods Oklahoma City Store!

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Our history and reputation are intimately linked to our support of local farmers. For more than 25 years, we have worked to provide you with the broadest possible selection of the highest quality produce available. Our search for that produce begins right outside our front door in every community where we do business. We are permanently committed to buying from local producers whose fruits and vegetables meet our high quality standards, particularly those who farm organically and are themselves dedicated to environmentally friendly, sustainable agriculture. We are greatly increasing our efforts in this regard by further empowering our individual store and regional buyers to seek out locally grown produce.

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Red Barn Boutique

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We gather quirky junk, unique treasures and anything else we fall in love with. After clearing the cobwebs out of a quaint red barn southwest of Stillwater, we spread the word and open the doors! Our next sale is coming soon! We will keep ya posted!

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Refunk My Junk!

 

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My name is Allison and I am the owner of Refunk my Junk, Inc. in Edmond, OK. I started my business after painting some pieces of furniture in my house (ok, really all of the furniture in my house) because I was too cheap frugal and picky to buy new, expensive, generic looking furniture…. Then I had some friends ask me to paint pieces for them, and then some strangers asked me to paint their furniture and that’s how it all started! Before I knew it God was knocking on my door, making it clear that He had blessed me with a gift and I had better use it! So I started my business and never looked back!

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Slice Magazine!

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Slice Magazine is the culmination of more than a decade of growth at Southwestern Publishing. Beginning with Nichols Hills News in January 1997, our goal has been to cover the news, events and lifestyles that make the metro’s most prominent communities tick. As these communities began to grow in number, so did the number of magazines that represented them.