Posted by Russ Florence, president and COO
My wife and I have always loved Tulsa, where I’ve lived for the last 22 years, and Bartlesville, where she grew up and once owned a business. So, when the opportunity arose to move to Oklahoma City, we thought, “Why?”
After thinking it and doing our research, we soon realized, “Why not?” Which is exactly what Oklahoma City often asks itself. Here’s a guest op-ed I wrote for The Oklahoman, which explains it further:
“Last summer I asked my wife, Lauren, if she’d be interested in moving to Oklahoma City. She hadn’t spent much time here. But she was open-minded and we decided to spend a weekend here, scouting neighborhoods, schools and attractions. By the end of that weekend, before we were out of the city, she cast her vote: “OK,” she said. “I’m in.”
To read the full story in The Oklahoman, click here.