Spring is here and things are looking greener! Unfortunately, the Red Fork District trees are not turning green this year. Join Tulsa R66MS and students from Webster High School as we replace these dead trees and spruce up this historic district. Continue reading “Spring Spruce-Up”
Presented by SCORE Tulsa, this 5-part series will help you refine your business concept and assess whether entrepreneurship is right for you. Participants are provided mentorship opportunities outside of class and eligible participants may qualify for a $1,000 grant or be pre-approved for a loan up to $25,000 from the Tulsa Economic Development Corporation to help launch their business concepts.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED FOR THIS SERIES.
TO BE ADDED TO THE LIST FOR OUR NEXT SERIES (FALL 2016) PLEASE CONTACT JESSICA AT JBRENT@RT66MAINSTREET.ORG
Tulsa Route 66 Main Street & the Southwest Tulsa Chamber are pleased to kick off our Small Business Engine: Micro-Enterprise Development Program with a “Lunch & Learn” series.
Join us at 11:30am on February 9th to hear from SCORE Tulsa representatives about their efforts to bolster entrepreneurship in Tulsa and learn about their workshop series coming to Southwest Tulsa in March. Located at the OSU Center for Health Sciences’ Founders Hall. Bring your own lunch or request a lunch in advance ($10).
Registration and more information can be found here.
Tulsa Route 66 Main Street has selected Jessica Brent to serve as executive director.
“We are excited to be able to bring on board someone with Jessica’s background and experience,” said President Andrew Haar.
Brent is a former Mobility Management Coordinator at INCOG and earned a master’s degree in Architectural Urban Studies from the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa. She is a skilled community organizer and communicator with a passion for event planning and visual media. Some of her previous projects, such as Sidewalk Stories, have helped bring awareness and action to urban design issues in Tulsa.
Jessica Brent is excited to harness the enthusiasm locals have for Tulsa’s westside to continue growing the Route 66 corridor.