Oklahoma Magazine December 2019

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the two Pool Towers, the Casino Tower, the Inn or Fun Town RV Park (which has its own clubhouse, pavilion and set of walking trails).

Riverwind Casino

Norman The 219,000-square-foot casino, owned by the Chickasaw Nation, has a high-stakes lounge, more than 2,800 computerized games, and off-track betting on horse races around the country, in addition to traditional gaming tables. The Showplace Theatre features nationally known talent.


OKC Topgolf has 63 U.S. locations and three in England. The Oklahoma City venue features 100 climate-controlled hitting bays, more than 200 large-screen TVs, a rooftop terrace with a fire pit, competitive leagues for various skill levels, golf instruction and classes, and a kids zone.

WinStar World Casino and Resort

Thackerville This Chickasaw Nation facility boasts having the world’s largest casino with more than 600,000 square feet of gaming. Overnight visitors can stay in

Food, beverage, convenience Bama Companies

Tulsa From its origins literally out of the kitchen of Cornelia Alabama Marshall, Bama has earned a B Corp certification, a global recognition that “can transparently benchmark and measure the impact we have with our team members, suppliers, customers, community and environment,” the company says.

Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores

OKC Founded in 1964, Love’s employs more than 25,000 people at more than 500 locations in 41 states. Love’s also owns Trillium, Speedco, Musket Corp. and Gemini Motor Transport, along with storage facilities in Missouri, Nevada and Texas. It sponsors NASCAR driver Michael McDowell.


Tulsa Fortune magazine routinely rates QT


as one of the nation’s best companies, mainly because of low employee turnover. More than 600 of its 20,000plus employees have worked for the company for more than 20 years. QuikTrip has more than 800 stores in 11 states and is an $11 billion company.


Tahlequah This employee-owned grocery chain, with Jeff Reasor (son of the founder) at the helm, employs more than 2,500 people at its 17 locations in Northeastern Oklahoma. Reasor’s, proud of its Oklahoma roots, supports more than

120 local farms and small businesses by featuring their products.

Health care Advanced Orthopedics of Oklahoma

Tulsa Advanced differs from physicians’ groups affiliated with a hospital system. By preserving its independence, the organization focuses on a patient-centered approach and the doctor-patient relationship. Advanced has numerous clinics and out-patient physical therapy centers in Northeastern Oklahoma. SAINT FRANCIS HEALTH SYSTEM PHOTO BY SHANE BEVEL



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