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Oklahoma business briefs for May 28, 2014

Oklahoma business briefs for May 28, 2014
Oklahoman Published: May 27, 2014


Kimray gets relocation approval

Kimray Inc., a manufacturer of oil and gas control equipment, received approval from the Oklahoma City Council to move forward with plans to relocate its company headquarters. The new campus will be built on the northwest corner of Eastern Avenue and Britton Road, about five miles north of its current location. “We are grateful for the decision of our city leaders to support our relocation to a new campus,” Kimray CEO Tom Hill said. Hill said the relocation will allow for future business growth and improved efficiencies, as the company currently spans 20 acres of property with multiple buildings. The new 390,000 square-foot campus will initially be constructed on 30 to 35 acres and will house about 800 local employees. Kimray leaders plan to break ground on the new campus this year, and move its workforce to the new campus in 2016.

AT&T Oklahoma names president

Steve Hahn has been named president of AT&T Oklahoma. Hahn most recently served as president of AT&T Kansas. Hahn will oversee the company’s local, state and federal government relations efforts in Oklahoma, in addition to working closely with community and business leaders, elected officials and others at AT&T. “I am honored to join a tremendous AT&T team here in the Sooner State,” said Hahn. “I look forward to helping continue our legacy of investment, job creation, innovation and community engagement across Oklahoma.” Hahn’s appointment is effective immediately and he will have an office in Oklahoma City.

Christian entrepreneurs sought

Aspiring, new or existing business owners will get a chance to win money and pitch ideas to Christian entrepreneurs at this fall’s Entrepreneur of Faith Conference. Interested entrepreneurs must submit an application by June 30. A panel of successful entrepreneurs will hear pitches from three business owners in a concept modeled after the TV show “Shark Tank.” Winners will receive a first-place $2,700 grant, a second-place $1,500 grant, or a third-place $800 grant. For information, contact Lisa Miller-Baldwin at (405) 778-6870, or at

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