News & Updates

Q&A with Tim Tardibono, Executive Director of the OK County CJAC

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Since 2015, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber has pushed for criminal justice reform in Oklahoma County and statewide. A key component of reform on a county level is the Oklahoma Criminal Justice Advisory Council (CJAC), an interlocal government council designed to institutionalize cooperation and planning for the criminal justice system in Oklahoma

Ribbon Cutting/Grand Opening!

Friday, August 10, 2018

Join us for the Grand Opening of The Property Center's new 4,500 sq ft location off of May Ave on 2905 NW 156th St in Edmond!

The Mansion at Waterford Education Event

Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Please join us for a free informative discussion about Parkinson Disease, related signs and symptoms, support groups and available resources.

J.D. Power Ranks Shelter Insurance® #1 for second time in three years.

Thursday, August 2, 2018

J.D. Power Ranks Shelter Insurance® #1 for second time in three years.

COLUMBIA, MO – August 2, 2018 – Leading global market research company J.D. Power has announced that Shelter Insurance® ranked “Highest in Customer Satisfaction among Auto Insurers in the Central Region" on their U.S. Auto Insurance Study. Shelter received this honor in 2016 as well. The study asked customers to provide feedback about their overall satisfaction with their auto insurance company in the following study factors: Interaction, Policy Offerings, Price, Billing Process and Policy Information, and Claims.

 

"We're thrilled to receive this recognition from our customers," said Rick Means, CEO and Chair of the Board of Directors of the Shelter Insurance Companies. "To receive this two out of the last three years is a testament to the importance we have placed on exceptional customer service. We appreciate the hard work of the agents and employees who made this possible and are grateful to our customers for their trust."

 

Shelter Insurance® is represented by Billy Doyal in Oklahoma City.

 

The J.D. Power 2018 U.S. Auto Insurance Study measures opinions of customers who have an auto insurance policy. The study is based on evaluations from 3,595 customers of 14 Central Region auto insurers. The study was fielded in February 2018 – April 2018. Visit http://www.jdpower.com/press-releases/jd-power-2018-us-auto-insurance-study for more about the study.

 

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The Shelter Insurance Companies offer auto, home, life, farm and business insurance services to customers in 18 states via a network of local insurance agents. Shelter is rated an FSR of “A” (Excellent) by A.M. Best. For more information, contact Jay MacLellan, Director of Public Relations at 573-214-4393.

 

Shelter received the highest score in the Central Region of the J.D. Power 2018 U.S. Auto Insurance Study of customers' satisfaction with their auto insurance provider. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com.

Oklahoman Career Fair October 2018

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

The Oklahoman Media Company and JobsOK.com Career Fair. We will provide job seekers and local employers the opportunity to meet face-to-face, apply, and interview. Our event offers you a print, digital, and in-person approach to attract job seekers with the talent, attitude, and skills your company needs.

Main Event - Holiday Party Sneak Peek

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Join us on August 16th to experience the fun that awaits when you choose to book your Holiday Party at Main Event Entertainment! 

OKC Streetcar system approaching launch

Monday, July 30, 2018

Recently, members of the Chamber’s OKC News Bureau got a chance to sit down with Michael Scroggins of EMBARK and Joel Garcia of Herzog Transit Services to hear about the streetcar system, how construction is progressing and where we’re headed as a future streetcar city--in addition to checking out a streetcar firsthand. Check out the article,

OKC adjusts judicial processes to cut incarceration

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

The number of people put in jail in Oklahoma City for municipal charges has dropped more than 40 percent since 2015, Police Chief Bill Citty said.

And the number of days that detainees spent in jail declined even more, nearly 55 percent for the same period. The result is a significant economic savings to the city, Citty said.

“A lot of it’s just common sense policing and adjusting our judicial processes,” Citty said. “If you’re keeping people in jail, you’re not improving anything, especially if it’s because they can’t afford to pay and post bail.”