Many of the state’s top businesses call Jenks home. Here’s why:
First Oklahoma Bank
“We were attracted here because of the dynamic growth here in the south part of Tulsa County. There is energy. There is excitement about what is going on,” said Tom Bennett Jr., co-CEO and chairman of First Oklahoma. “When I first moved to Tulsa back in the ’80s, this was out in the country, kind of. Now there is new business, new homes. It’s just a really exciting place to be.”
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“I think there is a lot of good potential for folks wanting to start up their company,” Dave Lindo, owner of Oklahoma Kayak, said. “I point to the river and all the growth to where I think is coming in the next 5-10 years.”
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“Jenks has a vibrant Main Street, which some smaller towns do not,” said co-owner Mark Tedford. “You get the best of both worlds – you get that small town feel, and also you have the amenities of the larger communities.”