SMPS Oklahoma 2015 Spring Training
- Wes Watkins Center at OSU, Stillwater OK
Learn About "Improve Our Tulsa" Capital Improvements Campaign
Tuesday, October 8, 2013 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (CDT)
Improve Our Tulsa
Please join us in Tulsa as we hear about Tulsa's next capital improvements package from City Councilor Blake Ewing. The proposed $918.7 million package targets street repairs, park equipment upgrades, city facility repairs, police and fire equipment and public transit improvements.
Councilor Blake Ewing joined the City Council in December 2011. He is a well-known entrepreneur and restaurateur with his six establishments in or around downtown Tulsa. He is also known for community involvement. He is the founder of, and served as the first president of the Blue Dome Association and sits on the Nathan Hale High School Magnet Program Advisory Board. Councilor Ewing was also the founding Chair of the Shop Tulsa Task Force.
Online Registration ends Friday, October 4th at 5:00pm.
700 N. Greenwood Ave., Room 140
Tulsa, OK 74106
Thank you to our October Program Sponsor Tetra Tech!
Become a Program Sponsor today!
- Two registrations to the program
- Company logo on announcements
- Direct access to program attendees via marketing materials
(sponsor is responsible for providing/distributing materials)
Monthly Program Sponsorship: $150 Member | $250 Non-Member
Interested in becoming a sponsor? Contact Pam Taylor, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) is a community of marketing and business development professionals working to secure profitable business relationships for their A/E/C companies. Through networking, business intelligence, and research, SMPS members gain a competitive advantage in positioning their firms successfully in the marketplace. SMPS offers members professional development, leadership opportunities, and marketing resources to advance their careers.
In September of 2001, a small group of A/E/C marketers met and quickly decided that an SMPS chapter in Oklahoma was desperately needed to help firms within the state join together to form stronger partnerships and also to offer training opportunities for its members. Within three months officers were elected, Articles of Incorporation were filed, and on December 11, 2001, Oklahoma was declared the 50th SMPS chapter in the nation.