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Happy Memorial Day weekend!

May 25, 2017

Happy Memorial Day weekend!

We hope you enjoy the weekend and remember those who made it possible.

The OBA will be closed on Monday, May 29, observing the holiday. We will reopen at our regular time on Tuesday, May 30.


OBA convention ready for Norman in late May

Mark your calendars for the 2017 OBA Annual Convention & Trade Show, set for May 22-24 at the Embassy Suites in Norman. Keynote speaker Matt Lewis, CNN political commentator and author of the book Too Dumb to Fail: How the GOP Betrayed the Reagan Revolution to Win Elections (and How It Can Reclaim Its Conservative Roots) will discuss the upcoming Trump years in the White House.

Lewis is one of many high-quality speakers that will present. Another inspirational speaker will be Holly Hoffman on May 24. Registration is now open. Click here to view more information.

2017 OBA Convention app now available on iTunes

The iPhone app for the 2017 OBA Convention is now available for download. Use this app as a handy guidebook for the convention!

The app includes times of all speakers and events, bios on speakers, a list of sponsors and exhibitors, along with links to their web pages. Also, it has links to maps to show locations of the convention hotel and golf course.
You can download it on the app store by clicking here or simply search for "Oklahoma Bankers" or "OBA Convention."

If you have any questions, please contact Jeremy Cowen at the OBA.

OBA president/CEO featured in Oklahoman's Executive Q&A

The Oklahoman/NewsOK recently focused its Executive Q&A series on OBA President and CEO Roger Beverage. The story ran in the April 2 edition of the newspaper website. You can read it by clicking here.



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