Ponca City, OK

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Chamber Chat

Team Radio Marketing Group - November 27, 2016 7:00 am

We have three ribbon cutting ceremonies this week.

The first one is Tuesday at 10 a.m. for the new location for Martin, Jean and Jackson Law Office. Their new law office is located at 14th and Grand in the historic Marland Greenhouse. Please join us in thanking them for what they have done in preserving Ponca City history and to celebrate their new office location.

Then on Wednesday we will have a ribbon cutting ceremony at 11 a.m. for the new Perk Beverage Company. They are located in the beautiful Pioneer Shopping Center.

On Thursday we will have our final ribbon cutting ceremony of the week for Merrick’s Salon and Boutique at 10 a.m. at 815 E. Hartford. This is very exciting. Please join us in thanking these three chamber members for their investment in Ponca City.

Please support Ponca City businesses during this important retail time of year.  When you “Shop Ponca First,” you are providing jobs for our family, neighbors and friends.  You are also supporting businesses that support our schools and our many organizations.  When you “Shop Ponca First” you are helping provide sales tax dollars for police, fire, streets, recreation and economic development needs.  Let’s keep it local, let’s keep it Ponca City this year.  Please help us spread the word “Shop Ponca First!” And don’t forget to ask for your tickets at participating Santa Buck Giveaway businesses. 

 

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