Oklahoma retail business briefs for Feb. 14, 2013

Oklahoma retail business briefs, Feb. 14
Published: February 14, 2013
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Consignment sale begins Sunday

— Opening days of two spring Just Between Friends maternity and children's consignment sales have been moved from a Monday to a Sunday. In Norman, the sale opens to the public at noon Sunday at the Cleveland County Fairgrounds, 615 E Robinson. The public also has an opportunity to shop at 7 p.m. Saturday for a $10 entry fee. The Oklahoma City sale will open to the public at noon April 28, and continue through May 3; admission is $3 the first day only. Consignors and volunteers shop the day before the sales open to the public. Just Between Friends is a Tulsa-based twice-yearly consignment sale franchise featuring baby and children's items including toys, clothing, furniture and more. For more information, visit www.jbfsale.com.

Auto dealer of year selected

Rick Beck, president of Eldorado Motors, was selected as the Oklahoma Independent Automobile Dealers Association's Oklahoma Quality Dealer of the Year for 2013. Honorees are chosen annually for their commitment to quality, excellence, customer service and community involvement. Beck has led Eldorado Motors since 2004; he started with the company nearly 20 years ago as an auditor. Eldorado Motors has eight stores in Oklahoma City, Tulsa and San Antonio and is part of the Bob Moore Auto Group.



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