“We view downtown as a community, and everyone doing business downtown as part of that community,” Berney said. “As downtown property owners, we can't all do all that the Devons can do, but this is a community service we, and others like us, can help provide. We are thrilled to help launch it today.”
DeLozier said the list of umbrella stand locations and sponsors is growing, and to keep up with the Pop-Ins expansion and other updates, people can visit popinsokc.com or interact on Twitter at @popinsokc.
“The Pop-Ins umbrella share program is a welcome addition to downtown,” said Jane Jenkins, president of Downtown Oklahoma City Inc.
“We're proud to sponsor a program that encourages street life and makes working downtown even better.”
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