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Dale Rogers Training Center

ADDRESS 2501 N. Utah Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73107 PHONE 405.946.4489 WEB drtc.org TOTAL EMPLOYEES 402 ANNUAL REVENUES $15.5 million YEAR ESTABLISHED 1953 MISSION STATEMENT “Dale Rogers Training Center (DRTC) supports people with disabilities through paid vocational training, in-house programs and work opportunities, as well as competitive community employment.” GEOGRAPHIC SERVICE AREA Counties: Kingfisher, Logan,

Best Commercial Printer

As technology advances, Heritage strives to stay on the cutting edge, and has diversified from a printing firm to what president David DeLana has grown to a multifaceted resource to meet a client’s every need. The company can provide a one-stop shop for clients looking for printing, promotional products, website hosting, mailing, marketing and other

Beware the ides of March

Originally uttered as a warning to the illfated Julius Caesar, the phrase now can be a forewarning to company executives across the U.S.: Yes, March Madness is upon us. As you read this, publicity-seeking researchers will be cranking out the daunting numbers of worker productivity going south to the tune of, in 2011, up to

Expert Q&A: Advertising

In lean times, is it wise to cut advertising spending? RH: No. Times of economic downturn create opportunities to exceed customer expectations while maximizing your advertising dollars. Many companies will make the decision to cut advertising spending. Less advertising noise in the marketplace can mean greater visibility for companies. Costs for ad space are reliant

Bricktown Association names new Board of Director officers

Frank Nelson (pictured), Vice President of Business and Managing Partner of Pearl’s Crabtown, has been active with the Bricktown Association for 16 years and is a member of the Oklahoma Restaurant Association Board of Directors.  As a veteran restaurateur, he began is career while serving in the U.S. Air Force.  Following his time in the

State greats

“The Oklahoma Hall of Fame event is a chance to take a moment to honor the present and to inspire the future,” says Shannon L. Rich, president of the Oklahoma Heritage Association and Gaylord-Pickens Museum. “The Oklahoma Hall of Fame was founded in 1928 to create [educational opportunities] and to provide Oklahomans with heroes. To

‘Out of the box’

Susan McCalmont wants to make sure all three overlap in our state, and she’s looking for the Oklahoma Creativity Forum to help do it. The president of Creative Oklahoma is gearing up for her organization to host its first Oklahoma Creativity Forum on Nov. 1 at the Embassy Suites in Norman. “We hope that it