Value News Articles–September 2019

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Charles “Chuck” Mulkey, executive manager and Trena McGill, controller.

Re-Grand Opening Celebration at Route 66 Chevrolet/Nissan

Route 66 Chevrolet and Route 66 Nissan of Tulsa invite you to their Re-Grand Opening Celebration September 14 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Festivities include free food, live music and entertainment, bounce houses and drawings throughout the day. The Route 66 car dealerships specialize in new and used vehicle sales, as well as parts and service. They support a variety of charities such as St. Jude Children's Hospital as well as local schools and athletic programs. Find out more in the September 2019 edition of VALUES News Magazine and at ValueNews.com. Read more »

Break-Up with Your Old Driveway

If your driveway is cracked, chipped, stained, or generally in need of renewal, LCI Concrete is your solution. Owner, Kalan Paul, has specialized in replacing these eyesores with new dream driveways for over 14 years. A driveway is the first impression of a home, and a new one can update the look of a home by 20 years. LCI is known for providing the highest quality of workmanship and materials and can replace your current driveway with a brand new one in only one day. Learn more about LCI Concrete in the September 2019 edition of VALUES News Magazine and at ValueNews.com. Read more »

Personalize Your Fitness Routine

When starting a new fitness routine, many people over-complicate the process or set the bar too high, eventually leading to getting burnt out. Fueled Supplements vice president Josh Morin explains how to personalize your fitness program to incorporate the lifestyle and activities you enjoy with a goal-oriented step-by-step plan while evaluating your results and making adjustments along the way to help you commit to a solution that achieves the results you're looking for. Read the full article in the September 2019 edition of VALUES News Magazine and at ValueNews.com. Read more »

Baby Boutique Opens In Downtown Claremore

Introducing downtown Claremore's newest store, The District Baby, a boutique offering a large selection of baby items for newborns to 4-year-olds. Owner Cari Bohannan started by selling a small selection of baby items at her women's clothing boutique, The District on Main, and decided to expand into a new location as Claremore's first exclusive "baby only" item store. Their inventory includes high-quality clothing, shoes, toys, gifts, books and various necessity items from popular name-brands at competitive prices. Read more about the store in the September 2019 edition of VALUES News Magazine and at ValueNews.com. Read more »

Crusade for Common Sense

With Oklahoma's new Constitutional Carry laws beginning Nov. 1, it's important to understand the upcoming changes. Danny Jones and Andy Shidell, owners of Crusader Tactical in Broken Arrow, believe that that training and education are key to gun safety. They offer a variety of firearms and accessories and offer classes and training to teach people about the laws and how to be safe, responsible gun owners. Learn more in the September 2019 edition of VALUES News Magazine and at ValueNews.com. Read more »

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