High-contact businesses go the extra mile to stay safe

Businesses of all sectors and sizes nationwide are suffering as they struggle to stay alive in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Perhaps the hardest hit of all are businesses that are, by their very nature, high-contact, such as medical offices, gyms, hair salons, and the like. Here’s a look at a few “high-contact” Edmond…

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The business of Christmas lights

Hanging Christmas lights is a chore for many residents and businesses. Most people don’t hang off roofs or climb ladders for fun. Luckily for Edmond residents, a host of companies accept the risks that come with heights, electricity, and Oklahoma weather to spread holiday joy. Crews began hanging Christmas lights on commercial buildings in the…

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“Key to My Heart” and the art of business

When Edmond’s largest interactive art piece was installed at the Festival Marketplace on October 15, it not only marked the city’s 235th public art installation, but also a new business trend. Interactive art is engaging visitors and citizens to stay downtown longer, and it’s working with Edmond businesses to do so. The presence of art…

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Eat the rainbow from Indigo Acres

A small Edmond farm has found the proverbial pot of gold at the end of the rainbow —and wants to share it.
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Diversity and inclusion is everyone’s business

The Edmond Chamber is working with the City of Edmond on a diversity and inclusion program.
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Edmond Chamber hosts fall events

Despite COVID-19, Edmond Chamber events continue to offer professional development experiences and networking opportunities.
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Tim Priebe

Partnering for the future

By Tim Priebe November 3, 2020

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