I'm involved in TYPros - Tulsa's Young Professionals - and between all the committee meetings, events, and campaigns they do, their biggest focus is on making Tulsa a better place for young professionals to work and live. That couldn't happen without local businesses. As the employee of a small business that was founded locally over 20 years ago, I can definitely see why this is important.
I participated in the TYPros Progressive Dinner. We were taken around to different local restaurants downtown by trolley, and the focus was on "Crafting Tulsa." From the new craft brewery to the shared commercial kitchen at Kitchen 66, the whole night revolved around people who live in Tulsa and decided to start their own food-related business.
Why is it important to support these and other small business owners?
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