OKLAHOMA CITY– Frontier Country Marketing Association will hold its monthly “Hour With an Expert” marketing meeting 10 a.m. Nov. 19 at the American Banjo Museum in the Shakey’s Room located at 9 E. Sheridan in downtown Oklahoma City. This month’s topic will discuss generational differences in the workplace.
CENTRAL OKLAHOMA – The Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art is teaming up with the Salvation Army and regional artists in the fight against hunger. “Doing All We Can to Help” is an exhibit with artwork that references canned foods including artworks created on cans or from can materials and artworks that include representations of cans. The exhibit is on display through Nov. 22. Admission is free for each visitor donating one canned food item. For more information visit www.mgmoa.org
CENTRAL OKLAHOMA – With the holidays just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about gifts your family and friends will enjoy and making your shopping list. If you are looking for a new idea, check out the Frontier Country Cookbook, “Tast’n & Tour’n.”
SHAWNEE, OKLA. – Frontier Country Marketing Association will hold its monthly “Hour With an Expert” marketing meeting from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Mikles Family Farm and Shawnee Corn Maze located at 42610 Wolverine Rd., just off of Hwy. 18, in Shawnee. This month’s topic will be “Agri-Your Tourism.”
TULSA, OKLA. – Frontier Country Marketing Association members took home 11 of the 29 Redbud Awards presented by Lt. Gov. Jari Askins and Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department Executive Director Hardy Watkins Oct. 19 during the Governor’s Conference on Tourism. Awards include top honors for Best Brochure or Publication, Best Overall Marketing Campaign, Best Partnership, Outstanding New Attraction, Outstanding Temporary Exhibit, Outstanding Feature Story and Tourism Organization of the Year.