Who won the Tulsa World and Oklahoma Weekly Group’s new contest to celebrate the best suburbs have to offer?
Find out today in the Best in the Burbs special section included in today’s print edition.
The special section is running today in the Tulsa World, Wagoner County-American Tribune, Skiatook Journal, Sand Springs Leader and Owasso Reporter.
You voted on a ballot with more than 1,000 nominated businesses listed in the categories of automotive, beauty and fitness, children, clothing and accessories, finance, food and drink, healthcare, home and garden, people of the year, pets, quality of life, services, shopping and place or business most missed during the pandemic.
We received more than 90,000 votes in this year’s contest.
“The overwhelming response from the public has certainly showed us how important local businesses are to our communities,” said Misti Rinehart, manager of sales for the Tulsa World and Oklahoma Weekly Group. “Our publications are honored to be a part of those communities and it is a privilege to help them be recognized.”
You can also see the winners online at go.tulsaworld.com/BestInTheBurbs2021
The Best in the Burbs is just one way the Tulsa World Media Co. is working to help local business.
Businesses can also apply for the local business stimulus program aimed at helping companies succeed in our rapidly evolving economic environment.
The program is available to locally owned and operated businesses and will provide matching advertising credits for use in print and digital products, as well as the Tulsa World’s broad suite of digital services such as website design, text marketing and managed email marketing.
To apply, businesses should visit tulsaworld.com/pages/local-business-stimulus.html