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October 27, 2013

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NORMAN — U.S. Cellular gives money to teachers

Seven teachers in Norman recently received news from U.S. Cellular that their classroom projects had been funded through the company’s Calling All Teachers campaign. The wireless carrier worked with philanthropic website DonorsChoose.org to fund $500,000 in creative and impactful classroom projects submitted by public school teachers nationwide. The local donation of $1,574 will benefit students at six different Norman area schools. 

My Dentist joins dental group

My Dentist Complete Care Dentistry announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to affiliate with Heartland Dental Care LLC , a leading dental support organization in the United States with more than 440 affiliated dental offices in 26 states.

 

Commercial real estate transactions

Eric Fleske, CCIM of Equity Commercial Realty, LLC was the selling associate on a $5,000,000 land transaction located at 12th Avenue Southeast and Cedar Lane in Norman. Park 7 Development LLC was the buyer and Kelly Clark of Old Republic Title Company of Norman closed this transaction. The 33 acre site will be used for university housing.

Judy J. Hatfield, CCIM of Equity Commercial Realty, LLC was the broker for the sale of 2505 W. Main Street, which includes the 40,108 square foot retail building on 3.15 acres. The property was purchased for $1,700,000 by Eviana, LLC, and the seller was The Salyer Family LLC.

Gayla Artman, CCIM of Equity Commercial Realty, LLC, was the listing broker and Judy J. Hatfield, CCIM of Equity Commercial Realty, LLC, was the selling broker for the sale of 2505 W Main Street, which includes the 21,888 square foot retail building on 2.73 acres. The property was purchased for $1,600,000 by Eviana, LLC, and the seller was Kunkel Properties, LLC.

Pink cups at Rudy’s

Rudy’s “Country Store” and Bar-B-Q is bringing back its pink cups this October for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month to raise awareness and funds for the Young Survival Coalition, an international nonprofit organization focusing on women ages 40 and under who are diagnosed with breast cancer. Rudy’s Bar-B-Q guests can purchase the pink cups, which are only available while supplies last, and make a dollar donation to YSC in exchange for a free drink redeemable on their return visit at participating locations.

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