Oklahoma Lt. Gov. Jari Askins helps with ribbon cutting at opening party in Automobile Alley
Business and state leaders help Oklahoma City-based branding firm Funnel Design Group cut the ribbon at their grand opening event. Donald Hudson and Nathan Flow, ambassadors for the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce; Jane Jenkins, president and CEO of Downtown OKC Inc.; Charles Holland, chairman of the Automobile Alley board; Sean Cobb and Bryan Ellison, co-owners of Funnel Design Group, and Lt. Gov. Jari Askins were at the ceremony. (Photo provided by Mary Ann Osko.)
At Automobile Alley’s “Street Noise” party, Oklahoma City and state leaders praised the district’s recent growth and celebrated the grand opening of branding firm Funnel Design Group.
Jane Jenkins, President & CEO of Downtown OKC Inc., helped kick off the event.
Automobile Alley businesses Iguana Mexican Grill, Broadway Wine Merchants and Sara Sara Cupcakes provided refreshments for Street Noise guests. The décor included traffic cones, tires, strobe lights and servers dressed as traffic cops.
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