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Stand Tall, Shop Small for OKC: Britton District is OKC's newest and oldest retail district

Published Tuesday, July 20, 2021

The Britton District bills itself as “Oklahoma City’s newest developing district” but in reality, it is one of Oklahoma City’s oldest commercial districts.

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Stand Tall, Shop Small for OKC: Paseo District spotlight

Published Tuesday, July 20, 2021

The Greater OKC Chamber relaunched the Stand Tall, Shop Small campaign to encourage Oklahoma City residents to take pride in their community and rally together to support small businesses throughout the month of July. This spotlight features Oklahoma City’s Paseo District, where artists thrive and trendy shops sell chic clothing and homeware.

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Stand Tall, Shop Small for OKC: Uptown 23rd District

Published Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Oklahoma City has so many interesting and vibrant shopping and entertainment districts, it may be difficult to decide which one you are going to visit first. Why not begin your district tour by visiting the Uptown 23rd District?

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Stand Stall, Shop Small for OKC: Adventure District spotlight

Published Friday, July 16, 2021

If you’ve lived in Oklahoma City for any length of time, you know the area at the crossroads of I-35 and I-44 is the destination for all things fun. But attractions aren’t all the area has to offer.

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OKC MSA now boasts the 3rd-lowest unemployment rate in the U.S.

Published Friday, July 16, 2021

The latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that for May, the Oklahoma City MSA had an unemployment rate of 3.6%.

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Stand Tall, Shop Small for OKC: Midtown makes local mixed-use good

Published Thursday, July 15, 2021

An indubitable epicenter of local shops, restaurants, breweries and more, Midtown boasts a true “live, work, play” neighborhood and a great place to support all kinds of local businesses and concepts.

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Partnership and growth in the SW 29 District

Published Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Our Oklahoma City districts are areas where our city has preserved history, unique architecture and culture, and they are important to our economy and quality of life. Automobile Alley, Deep Deuce, Uptown, the Plaza and Paseo are some that are highly recognized and frequently visited for their locally owned restaurants, bars, events and retail. The SW 29 District is special, even among these unique districts, as the place in Oklahoma City to find authentic Hispanic culture and food and our highest concentration of Hispanic businesses, estimated at approximately 300 in the 3-mile stretch between May and Shields.

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Stand Tall, Shop Small for OKC: The OKC Outlets announces new national tenat while providing opportunity for local retailers

Published Tuesday, July 13, 2021

With an impressive and diverse array of name brands, 394,000 square feet of shopping space and proximity to I-40 there is no secret why the OKC Outlets attracts shoppers not just from all over Oklahoma but from bordering states such as Texas and Kansas.

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Shop Oklahoma City In 2021, Oklahoma City saw impressive growth and brought in multiple new opportunities for employment. What do we have to look forward to in 2022? Read more here.
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@okcretail We're having a great time at the @ICSC — Here, We Go. 2021 Conference! If you're in Las Vegas, come visit us at booth #7572 to learn more about Oklahoma City!
@okcretail It's always a good time to #ShopSmallForOKC, but as the holiday season continues, we encourage you to make the most of your gift-giving efforts by shopping local! Check out this story for more details.
@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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