Victor Neal with Prime Time Travel in Edmond

Impact on Edmond: Victor Neal & Prime Time Travel

Born at St. Alfege’s Hospital in London during the endless, hellacious Luftwaffe assaults of Britain in the Second World War, Prime Time Travel owner Victor Neal muses that he was “on time! Ever since, I’ve been on time!” Neal’s whole family, including daughters Charlotte and Camilla, are all punctual in everything. “Time means something to me,” explained the octogenarian, Edmond travel agent.

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New association CEO elevates real estate

In a significant leadership shakeup to enhance and uplift local real estate operations, the Oklahoma Association of REALTORSĀ® (OAR) announced Bryan Hutchinson as its new Chief Executive Officer in February. With a robust background in real estate, including stints as the CEO for associations in New Jersey and Texas, Hutchinson is poised to drive OAR forward amid evolving market dynamics.

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Portrait legacy with J. Holland Photography

On West 15th Street, just west of Kelly, sits J. Holland Photography. Run by Johnny and Carrie Holland, the business features an outdoor portrait garden behind their studio building that many passers-by may not even know about.

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Edmond-owned Sandler office awards scholarships

Sandler Custom Growth Solutions announced scholarship awards to two recipients.

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Autmow of OKC

Discover how Jason Scott turned a personal challenge into a thriving business with robotic lawnmowers.

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First quarter 2024 ribbon cuttings

Several businesses were recently recognized by the Edmond Chamber.

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Portrait legacy with J. Holland Photography

On West 15th Street, just west of Kelly, sits J. Holland Photography. Run by Johnny and Carrie Holland, the business features an outdoor portrait garden behind their studio building that many passers-by may not even know about.

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Mental health offers hope and healing

Amid Oklahoma’s concerning mental health statistics, a beacon of hope emerges from the heart of Edmond. Founded in 2015 by Chad Richardson, the Green Shoe Foundation began in south Edmond. It has already impacted the lives of people nationwide, providing a transformative experience for adults grappling with childhood relational trauma.

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