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February 24, 2013

Norman Chamber of Commerce banquet scheduled

NORMAN — The annual Chamber Banquet is scheduled for Thursday, April 11 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Embassy Suites in Norman.

The 2012-13 Chamber motto has been “Business Proud.” The Banquet will celebrate highlights of the past year and will include annual award presentations for the Chamber and Norman NEXT.

Businesses can still purchase full, half and quarter table sponsorships. Platinum sponsorships are available for $1,000 and include a full table of eight along with recognition before, during and after the event. Gold Sponsorships are available for $500 and include a half-table of four along with recognition before, during and after the event. Silver Sponsorships are available for $250; which include two tickets to the event along with recognition before, during and after the event. Individual tickets are also available for $65.

To become a sponsor or register for seating at the event, contact Angie Drury, 321-7260 or via email at angie@normanchamber.com

The Chamber would like to thank our current sponsors of the 2013 Annual Banquet.

2013 Presenting Sponsor: AT&T.

Entertainment Sponsor: Havenbrook Funeral Home

Wine Sponsor: Primrose Funeral Service

Reception Sponsor: Republic Bank & Trust

Platinum Sponsors include: Adair & Associates, Arvest Bank, Axis Practice Solutions, BancFirst, BASCO, The Chickasaw Nation, City of Norman, Equity Realty, First American Bank, First Fidelity Bank, Floyd Law Firm, Fowler Auto Group, Hallbrooke Development Group, HeyDay Entertainment, Ideal Homes, INOK Investments, John M. Ireland Funeral Home, Lifecare Oklahoma, Manhattan Construction, MidFirst Bank, Moore Norman Technology Center, The Norman Transcript, OG&E Electric Services, Oklahoma Natural Gas, Rieger Realty, R.K. Black, Smile Zone Pediatric Dentistry, SportsTalk 1400 and Tinker Federal Credit Union.

Gold Sponsors include: Immuno-Mycologics, Inc., Interurban, Julia Chew, State Farm Agency, McClain Bank, Norman Physician Hospital Organization, Oklahoma Electric Cooperative, Bergey Windpower, Eide Bailly, Embassy Suites Norman Hotel & Conference Center, Gray, Blodgett & Company, Hitachi Computer Products, Home Creations, Rivermont At The Trails, Sooner Copy Machines, Stonehouse Marketing Services, The McKinney Partnership Architects, Tyler Outdoor Media, Walden Cleaners and Walmart-West.

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