New 'Meet in OKC' video updates popular 'flyover' imagery

Published Friday, September 20, 2019
by Nate Fisher

Remember the cool OKC "3D Fly-Through" video released last summer at the MAPS 3 Convention Center groundbreaking showing what OKC will look like in 2020 when many of our ongoing capital projects are completed that had everyone talking? It's been updated with current imagery in a new piece targeted at meeting planners, and you can see how far we've come in many areas. Check it out below:

The CVB is targeting meeting planners with a new campaign and this is just part of their efforts (also check out this video highlighting what meeting planners have to say about the OKC convention and meeting experience). Thanks to projects like the MAPS 3 Streetcar, Scissortail Park, whitewater center and Convention Center; the Omni Hotel; Will Rogers World Airport updates and expansion and more, Oklahoma City's visitor economy continues to grow. As consultant Hunter Clemens says in the video, "there are so many amazing things happening there, how could you not go?"

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Shop Oklahoma City Thanks to Scissortail Park, a whole new wave of development is in the works in OKC. Restaurants, retail, housing--anything is possible.
Shop Oklahoma City The MAPS 3 convention center is more than halfway done--in fact, if things continue to go smoothly, it's estimated to be done in September 2020.
Shop Oklahoma City We all have 2020 vision about what OKC could look like next year thanks to this great flyover video about all the cool developments happening around town.
@okcretail Scissortail Park's grand opening was a massive success that attracted thousands of people--including plenty from out of town! “This is going to be a place we can all enjoy. I can’t wait until they finish the rest of it.”
@okcretail Have you seen Scissortail Park's restaurant and bar, Social Capital? It was originally a transmission shop! You can learn more about its full story on #VeloCityOKC
@okcretail In July, OKC's unemployment rate when down to 3.1%--that's 0.1% lower than the statewide rate, and 0.6% below the national average.
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