Thursday, July 1, 2021
As things appear to be returning to some sense of normalcy across Oklahoma City this summer, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber is encouraging residents to take pride in their community and rally together to help OKC small businesses re-emerge out of the pandemic.
As July begins, the Chamber is once again kicking off its “Stand Tall, Shop Small for OKC” campaign. With the help of OKC’s district leaders, the Chamber wants residents to give a much-needed boost to the small businesses that make the city unique.
“It is no secret that small business plays a huge role in the economic vitality for any community. In fact, statistics show the majority of new jobs are generated by small businesses. So, it is critical that we, as Oklahoma City-area residents, do what we can to help our local small businesses, especially after what they experienced and fought through during the pandemic,” said Chamber President and CEO Roy Williams.
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