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  • On October 30, 1939 Bethany community leaders gathered in Fred Floyd's living room to discuss creating an independent organization dedicated to promoting the business interests of the area. They decided to form the Bethany Commercial Club, which received its Charter from the State of Oklahoma on December 12, 1939.  Over the last eighty years that organization, known today as the Northwest Oklahoma City Chamber, has served businesses and the community with initiatives that strengthen the local economy and quality of life in the northwest metro. 

    Please join us in recognizing this very special anniversary at our "Celebration Coffee" on Wednesday, October 30 from 7:30 - 9:00 AM.  Even though it's our birthday, YOU'LL get the presents!  We'll have Birthday Cake for breakfast, and lots of opportunities to meet people and join in the fun.  We're excited to give special recognition to all our $800 for 80 Champions, as well as those who've participated in our 80 for 80 Capital Fund Campaign, (If you'd like to be a part, please use the links on the right.)

    Please invite guests, and if you'd like to donate something for our "Gifts Galore" drawings, please email us here:  info@nwokc.com

    Here are some of the awesome gifts we'll give away:  

    ​Gift Cards from Outback Steakhouse,
    Aloha Shave Ice & Coffee Shoppe,
     Nothing Bundt Cake 
    Incredible Pizza

    A pair of GREAT to the November 5 OKC Thunder Game from 5909 NW

    An Ad in the okcFriday 

    Cookies donated by Brian Hancock, Edward Jones

    Sunglasses donated by Eyecare Boulevard  Dr. My Dinh

    Car Washes from Charlie's Car Wash 

    Two echo dots - donated by MVP Insurance and LMRoss, Inc. 

    and more. 

    Special Thanks to Tinker Federal Credit Union, Running Wild Catering, and Rosebeary's Bakery! 



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  • We also thank individuals Priscilla Cude, Roger Cude, Jeff Knapp, Mary Williams, Billie Rodely & Jim Palmer, and Mike Redwine, for supporting the $80 for 80 Capital Fund Campaign in addition to their business.