Local grocery chain Price Mart has donated a check worth nearly $7,000 to Caring Community Friends, as part of a program to support the local food bank that began over the holiday season last year.
The boutique may be leaving the building within two weeks or less.
The store has partnered with Hissho Sushi, a North Carolina-based food company that makes restaurant-style sushi available to consumers in venues such as neighborhood grocery stores, airports, and universities.
A percentage of sales are donated to The Make Sense Foundation. “Money spent here is money well-spent,” Rogers-Kante said during the ribbon cutting ceremony.
A new piano school has relocated from Nashville to Sapulpa, and they’re looking for students!
See the photos and read the story of how Vintage Rose moved from its location on Dewey to a new, beautiful store on Main Street
Leveled Up VR is a brand new entertainment experience in Sapulpa…and they’re open until 12:00am!
The newly-opened Crossroads Market on Route 66 is hoping to become a premiere destination for local producers and artists. And they’re open on Sunday!
Brad’s Kickstart ATV is brand new to the area, but already gaining a loyal following thanks to its one-stop-shop in sales and service.
Amarillo-based Bruckner Truck Sales will sell its dealership in Tulsa and expand its existing Townwest location, expecting to double its annual sales tax revenue.
The store is planning a “Summer Bash” in mid-July to help customers get to know them and their vendors. Get more details inside.