Edmond Business owners share their story

The Oklahoma Professional Sales Association invited Edmond Business owners Tim Priebe and Phil Klutts to share their story.
Phil Klutts and Tim Priebe shared the stage and shared their story (Photo: <a href="https://edmondbusiness.com/author/brent-fuchs/">Brent Fuchs</a>)

The Oklahoma Professional Sales Association (OKPSA) welcomed guest speakers Tim Priebe and Phil Klutts, Edmond Business owners, to their luncheon on March 17th. Tim and Phil shared their journey of starting Edmond Business as an online business magazine that focuses on Edmond, Oklahoma.

Mike Crandall, the founder of OKPSA, said, “As the only professional association for sales in Oklahoma, OKPSA frequently has an opportunity to hear from great business owners. In March, we had the privilege to hear from Tim and Phil about their journey to business success. Tim has been a member of OKPSA for years, and I’ve been able to watch him grow both personally and professionally. He and Phil are amazing, talented entrepreneurs, and together, they make a great team.”

Starting a new business can be stressful, so having guidance and advice is beneficial. Starting Edmond Business wasn’t exactly a walk in the park, but every new business has its obstacles. The online business magazine is growing and becoming more successful every day. Tim and Phil were grateful to share their story.

“While I’ve spoken at OKPSA before, a year ago I never could have imagined I would be sharing the story of a brand new business. We were honored to be invited to share our story despite the fact that it’s been less than a year since we launched Edmond Business. The support from the Edmond business community and others around the metro has been a huge part of our success,” said Tim Priebe.

Phil Klutts shared, “I was excited to have a chance to share the story of Edmond Business. I am used to sharing stories of other businesses, so it was different to focus on our own journey. OKPSA is a welcoming and supportive group, and I had a great time meeting many members of OKPSA at the luncheon.”

The St. Patrick’s Day luncheon was one to remember with great food, fantastic views, and two talented and successful business owners who give hope to new business owners.

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About Jackie Bell

Jackie Bell is a digital marketing coordinator at T&S Online Marketing who does writing, editing, and marketing things. Outside of work, she can be found reading a book, writing poetry, or binge-watching one of her many favorite shows. She is an introverted extrovert, and her friendship can be earned with Texas Roadhouse rolls or by simply being a good human.