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Fittest Execs: Male Over 45 winner, JP Potter

  Potter got into what he describes as a “running craze” a few decades ago, which led him to compete in 5Ks and marathons. From there, he graduated to strength training and lifting heavy weights at lower repetitions. These days, he focuses on more functional fitness that includes an overall workout rather than on one

Oklahoma companies add more CNG filling station options

Photo: Shannon Cornman Minton says OnCue is also in talks with other retailers to form CNG partnerships, giving Oklahomans even more access to CNG stations. “When we first started talking about this, the plan was to build 7-10 CNG stations every year for the remainder of this decade,” Minton says. “Now, we’re saying 10-12, so

okcBIZ Fittest Execs: Corporate Wellness Award

Oklahoma Blood Institute cares about its employees and goes to great lengths to help them stay healthy. Employee wellness is promoted through healthy food options in vending machines, a wellness website, free annual biometric health screenings, online and in-person health coaching, individualized case management services, gym discount memberships, weight watchers offers, tobacco cessation resources, employee

okcBIZ Fittest Execs 2013

But Oklahoma consistently ranks as one of the states with the highest obesity rates in the nation, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. High obesity rates not only tax the health of individuals but add needless pressure on company insurance rates. That’s why okcBIZ has partnered with INTEGRIS Health PACER Health Services

Making green

“I’m a no-smoke, no-games person,” Herron says. “I told them if you’re interested in acquiring new business, leads and exposure, this is the show to be at.” RaeAnne Saunders, who manages the show, couldn’t have been more proud. Saunders began working as a rep with the show seven years ago when it started. She spent



MIDWEST CITY Rose State College officials plan to develop residential housing on the college’s campus. The measure was approved by Rose’s board of regents and is now moving into planning and evaluating stages. The college, at 6420 SE 15th St., has set a target date of August 2015 to offer student housing. It will be the first housing at Rose.