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Greater Oklahoma City Chamber

123 Park Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
P: +1 405-297-8945

Welcome Message

A Strategic Location
Oklahoma City offers you big advantages, with a strategic location, market access and the workforce you are looking for.

  • At the junction of three of the nation's major interstates I-35, I-40 and I-44
  • Reach 178 million customers by truck the same day or overnight
  • More than 30 million people are within 400 miles, and 121 million are within 800 miles
  • Equidistant from both coasts and at the center of the I-35 NAFTA corridor
  • The nation's most inland all-weather seaport is only 90 miles to the east
  • Will Rogers World Airport exported almost 28 million pounds of freight in 2015, and imported almost 35 million, with ample expansion capacity
  • In terms of passenger traffic, Will Rogers World Airport also boasted 1.86 million enplanements and the same number of deplanements last year. WRWA has nonstop flights to 22 destinations and about 75 daily departures. Get more info at

Mission Statement

The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber leads business efforts to grow existing industries, recruit new companies and develop an active entrepreneurial environment, resulting in quality job creation and a diverse economy.

Services and Programs

A Team of Your Own
The Greater Oklahoma City Partnership offers a multitalented team of economic development specialists who can work with you on your project. These specialists, from economic development organizations; city, county or state governments; utilities; or education entities and services work together under one cohesive team to meet your specifications - delivering rapid response times and optimizing your new Greater Oklahoma City location.
Information Services
We will provide that data you need in the 10-county aggregate, one county at a time, or any other way you specify. And we'll provide it in the form you prefer - via email, secured Web site, fax or overnight delivery. We'll not only provide you with data on our region, but also comparative data on other markets to help you make the best comparison of our strengths. These valuable demographic and operating cost comparisons will provide valuable insight on Greater Oklahoma City's advantages. Explore the data to begin this comparison now.
Property Locator
This one-stop, web-based business portal gathers economic, planning, utility, geographic and demographic information into one dynamic resource. Available sites from throughout the region are entered and updated on an ongoing basis. Visit to see our available properties or learn more about our market.
Greater Oklahoma City Partnership Services:
  • Professional site location assistance
  • Professional business retention and expansion (BRE) services
  • Professional bioscience, aerospace and entrepreneurial assistance
  • Comprehensive research modeling
  • Identification of available real estate
  • Hosting of site tours
  • Workforce analysis
  • Assistance with permitting and numerous other processes
  • Assistance with determining financial resources
  • Work with state and local partners for incentives and training benefits
  • Host / connect with key groups such as investors, developers and bankers
  • Manage Strategic Investment Program (SIP) and Emerging Technology Fund (ETF) application process for Oklahoma City Economic Development Trust (OCEDT)
  • And more
Contact us today, or view contact information from partnership members at our website.

EDO Leadership

Greater Oklahoma City Chamber Economic Development Staff 

Kurt Foreman
Executive Vice President, Economic Development

Carlos Lopez
Executive Assistant
Jeff Seymour
Director of Business Development

Joyce Burch
Senior Business Development Manager, Recruitment & Marketing; FDI

Tim Dickinson 
Sr. Business Development Manager

Aimee Schones
Business Recruitment Manager

Randy Young
Director of Military Aviation and Aerospace

Eric Long
Research Economist

Taylor Hatchett
GIS Research Analyst

Ashley Hicks
Research Coordinator

Brooke Hoehner
Research Coordinator

Tammy Fate
Manager, Retail Development and Recruitment

Cynthia Reid
Vice President of Marketing & Communications

Marcus Elwell
Marketing Projects Manager

David McCollum
Public Relations Coordinator

Data Name Value Percent
Total Population 1,538,889  
Median Age
Canadian County, OK 35.9  
Cleveland County, OK 33.9  
Grady County, OK 38.9  
Kingfisher County, OK 36.2  
Lincoln County, OK 41.2  
Logan County, OK 37.8  
McClain County, OK 38.4  
Oklahoma County, OK 34.5  
Payne County, OK 27.1  
Pottawatomie County, OK 37.5  
Bachelor's Degree or Higher, Age 25+ 295,536 29.79%
High School Degree or Higher, Age 25+ 882,543 88.95%
Civilian Labor Force 768,386 63.98%
Median Household Income
Canadian County, OK $71,157  
Cleveland County, OK $62,863  
Grady County, OK $58,177  
Kingfisher County, OK $60,656  
Lincoln County, OK $49,362  
Logan County, OK $62,035  
McClain County, OK $64,492  
Oklahoma County, OK $52,855  
Payne County, OK $40,944  
Pottawatomie County, OK $47,683  
Major airports within area + 100 mile radius
Airport Name
Lawton-Fort Sill Rgnl
Stillwater Rgnl
Tulsa Intl
Will Rogers World
Regional airports within area + 100 mile radius None
General aviation airports within area + 50 mile radius
Airport Name
Ada Rgnl
Anadarko Muni
Carnegie Muni
Chandler Rgnl
Chickasha Muni
Christman Airfield
Clarence E Page Muni
Cleveland Muni
Cushing Muni
David Jay Perry
Decker Field
El Reno
El Reno Rgnl
Enid Woodring Rgnl
Guthrie-Edmond Rgnl
Hinton Muni
Holdenville Muni
Jones Memorial
Lindsay Muni
Mc Caslin
Okemah Flying Field
Pauls Valley Muni
Pawnee Muni
Perry Muni
Prague Muni
Purcell Muni - Steven E Shephard Field
Seminole Muni
Shawnee Rgnl
Stroud Muni
University Of Oklahoma Westheimer
Watonga Rgnl
Wiley Post