Oklahoma business briefs for April 9

Oklahoma business briefs for April 9
Oklahoman Published: April 8, 2014

Oklahoma briefs

FASTSIGNS recognizes OKC location

Local signs and graphics provider FASTSIGNS of Oklahoma City was named one of the top centers at the recent 2014 FASTSIGNS Convention. “My team and I are so proud to be recognized for our outstanding sales performance with the Pinnacle Club Award this year,” said Al Blankenship, who owns FASTSIGNS of Oklahoma City with his brother, Alda. The Blankenship brothers own four FASTSIGNS locations in the state, including Oklahoma City and Tulsa. They opened their first location in Tulsa in 1987.

Solaeris adds Embraer Phenom 100

Business Aviation specialist Solaeris Aviation said Tuesday it has added the Embraer Phenom 100 aircraft to its fleet and made it available for charter beginning this month. The Phenom 100 is a light jet made by Brazil-based Embraer. The aircraft can accommodate up to five passengers with a single pilot. It has a range of 1,160 nautical miles and can climb to 37,000 feet in just 23 minutes.

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