Window shopping Oklahoma business briefs Nov. 1

Window shopping Oklahoma business briefs Nov. 1
Oklahoman Published: November 1, 2012
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MIO Coalition adds members

Two businesses recently joined the Made in Oklahoma Coalition. Huebert Brewing Co. and National Steak and Poultry are the coalition's newest members. Huebert Brewing Co., based in Oklahoma City, is the oldest licensed microbrewery in the state; Owasso-based National Steak and Poultry is a marinated beef and poultry processor founded in 1980.

Fro-yo brand expands globally

CherryBerry frozen yogurt is going global with its first franchise agreement for stores outside of the U.S. Under the deal, Beautiful Brands International, which owns the CherryBerry brand, plans to open 12 stores in the next five years in mall-based cinemas throughout Pakistan, as well as U.S. military bases in Afghanistan.

Junior League to close shop

A closeout sale for the Junior League of Oklahoma City's Remarkable Shop is planned for Friday through Sunday. The sale will include clothing for men, women and children, accessories, household items and holiday decorations. Clothing prices range from 25 cents to $5, with most in the $2 range. All proceeds benefit the Junior League of Oklahoma City, which supports literacy programs in the community. Sale hours will be from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday, noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. The Remarkable Shop is located at 3208 N May Ave.

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