June 2020 Newsletter
Chamber Chairman of the Board Recaps 2019-20
Krista Roberts
Chamber Board Chairman
It has been a privilege this past year to serve as your Chairman of the Board for the Greater Enid Chamber of Commerce. The year has gone by very quickly and as we know there has been significant activity in our community. Before I mention some of the highlights that we enjoyed as a community, I would like to thank Jon for his leadership and commitment to Enid as Chamber President. I’d also like to thank Kalea and Lesley who are always there to ensure the Chamber and activities run smoothly. Joan Bauer was also an integral part of our activities this year and we wish her well as she is now enjoying her retirement. We are pleased to welcome Brandy Hise to our Chamber staff.

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2019-20 Community Development Highlights
Enid Day at the Capitol
Candy Cane Cash
Northwest District Livestock Show
Ribbon Cuttings
Cherokee Strip Celebration
Thank you for your support of the Enid Chamber this year!

Chamber Board of Directors Update
Thank You to our Retiring Directors:
Aaron Abbott, NBC Oklahoma
Jonathan Bartley, Oxbow Calcining, LLC
Kyle Hockmeyer, Autry Technology Center
Shane Jackson, Jacksons of Enid
Mike Ruby, Oklahoma Gas & Electric
Brandi Schieber, Downtown Threads

Welcome New Directors:
Andi Cremer , Kentucky Fried Chicken
Tricia Mitchell , 4RKids
Jay Nicholas , Nicholas Commercial Real Estate
Alex Williams , Hammer-Williams Company
Tony Zakuti , Land Run Steakhouse & Napoli’s Italian Restaurant
Cost of Living Index
The Cost of Living Index measures relative price levels for consumer goods and services in participating areas. The average for all participating places, both metropolitan and non-metropolitan, equals 100, and each participant's index is read as a percentage of the average for all places. The composite index is based on six components - housing, utilities, grocery items, transportation, health care and miscellaneous goods and services.
2020 Quarter 1 Index for Enid: 88.5%
Net Taxable Sales for Enid



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