GET YOUR TICKETS

FOR THE UPCOMING

ANNUAL BANQUET!

The Idabel Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture would like to invite you to attend the 2019 Annual Banquet at the Museum of the Red River.  Winner's of local awards and new board members will be presented. We will also hear from our keynote speaker Brittane' Gulley.
Our guest speaker, Brittane' Gulley, is the Manager of Talent and Business Growth at the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber. Brittane’ Gulley is an Idabel native and grew up in the Idabel Public School System with her father Allen Gulley and her mother Gloria Anderson. She graduated from Idabel High School in 2006 and went on to receive her BA in Business Management from the University of Central Oklahoma. Shortly after Brittane’ acquired her Master’s in Business Administration (M.B.A) from a private Christian College, Southern Nazarene University, and is currently enrolled at the University of Oklahoma to receive a second Master’s degree in Economics.
Brittane’ currently works in Economic Development at the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber. In her position as the Manager of Talent and Business Growth, she manages the overall operations of business development and talent initiatives at the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber. She works diligently to recruit new businesses to the Greater Oklahoma City Metro and help existing business expand within their region.
To order your tickets contact us at :
580.286.3305 or idabelchamber@gmail.com

 WE ARE GETTING 

SOCIAL

This year we want to provide more value for our members and better connection to our community. In an effort to do so, we are now on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter!

 WHAT DOES PROGRESS

   MEAN TO YOU?   

The Idabel Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture wants to hear from you! What areas of the community to you want to see improved? What types of business do you think the city needs?
 
The City of Idabel already has a lot to offer it's citizens and visitors from the incredible work of current and previous leaders. Market disruptions like the recent tourist explosion and advancements in technology have local business owners asking all sorts of questions. What does your business struggle with?
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