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Cherry Limeade, Ocean Water, Lemon Berry, are you thirsty yet? The SONIC Hard Seltzers are hitting the shelves of Oklahoma stores today

Published Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Chamber members COOP Ale Works and SONIC Drive-In collaborated to create the SONIC Hard Seltzer product. Just in time for summer, the 8 unique flavors have been distributed across the state and are now available for purchase in most all retail locations where you’ve been able to find COOP beer.

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Oklahoma City sees improvement in unemployment rate

Published Friday, May 14, 2021

For major metros of more than 1 million in population, Oklahoma City’s unemployment rate is the fourth-lowest in the country.

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O’Connor: Community building events draw attention to NE OKC

Published Wednesday, May 12, 2021

As Oklahoma City welcomes spring, we’re seeing the return of outdoor events.

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Oklahoma City's public art ranked best in country by USA Today

Published Monday, May 10, 2021

Oklahoma City's public art, ranging from historic to abstract sculptures to rotating murals in the Plaza District, is the best in the country as ranked by readers of USA Today.

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More than a grocery store, the Market at Eastpoint is a symbol of collaboration

Published Friday, May 7, 2021

A new 6,800-square-foot grocery store recently opened in northeast Oklahoma City through a private-public collaborative effort involving many Chamber members. Besides traditional grocery items, The Market at Eastpoint offers locally grown organic products and hope for the community.

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oNE OKC event aims to highlight history, awareness of NE Fourth Street

Published Thursday, May 6, 2021

Booker T. Washington Park at NE Fourth St. and N. High Ave. will be the site for the sixth annual oNE OKC street festival, an event designed to engage the local community and attract people from throughout the OKC metro to visit northeast OKC. This year’s event will take place on May 15 from noon to 4 p.m.

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O’Connor: OKC working hard to support food, beverage industry

Published Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Good news for the food and beverage industry. On Monday, the SBA opened applications for its new Restaurant Revitalization Fund. It will provide $28.6 billion to offset COVID-related revenue losses by restaurants, bakeries, bars, breweries, food trucks and caterers across the country. Funds can be used to help with payroll, insurance, mortgage or rent, utilities, construction of outdoor seating and other business operating expenses.

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Restaurant fund to help businesses clear final pandemic hurdles

Published Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Bakeries, bars and other businesses that provide food or drink in Oklahoma and across the nation may benefit from a new Restaurant Revitalization Fund that officially opened on Monday.

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@okcretail In October, the Oklahoma City MSA recorded an unemployment rate of 1.9%. This represents the second-lowest unemployment rate in the U.S. among metros with more than 1 million in population.
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