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Oklahoma bankers in OKC Memorial Marathon

April 28, 2016

Several Oklahoma bankers competed in and finished the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon, half-marathon and 5K runs on Sunday. The OBA was there near the finish line to meet and congratulate our bankers on this special accomplishment!

We were able to snap photos of all the bankers that stopped by to visit with us. For those bankers who competed but we didn't get to see on Sunday, we extend our congratulations as well!

Click here to see photos of bankers who had a "run to remember" on Sunday!

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OBA convention ready for Tulsa in late May

Mark your calendars for the 2016 OBA Annual Convention & Trade Show set for May 23-25 at the Renaissance Hotel in Tulsa. Keynote speaker Randy Harrington, founder and CEO of Strategic Arts and Sciences, will host powerful conversation about the not-so-subtle changes in the new job description of the modern banker.

Harrington is one of many high-quality speakers that will present. Another inspirational speaker will be John O'Leary on May 25. Registration is now open. Click here to view more information.

 


Nominations being taken for OBA's 50-Year Club

The Oklahoma Bankers Association is proud to promote the recognition of bankers who have devoted 50 or more years of service to the banking industry. All eligible nominees will be honored at the 2016 OBA Convention on May 25 at the Renaissance Hotel in Tulsa.

Click here to download a registration form. If you have any questions, please contact Janis Reeser at 405-424-5252 or janisr@oba.com.


2016 OBA Bank directory orders now being taken

We are now accepting orders for the 2016 OBA Oklahoma Bank Directory. The directory includes financial data with information on all Oklahoma banks, savings and loans, key personnel by function and title and much more.

Click here to access the order form.


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No Weapons window clings

A new law allows licensed Oklahomans to carry unconcealed handguns. The Oklahoma Self-Defense Act also allows banks and other entities to ban weapons on their premises.

The OBA has developed these window clings for banks to display at all entrances to the bank.


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