Claremore Main Street Announces Awards Finalists

Last year, the moreClaremore crew, along with several other Claremore Main Street businesses, attended the Oklahoma Main Street awards ceremony in Oklahoma City. This year, Claremore is on the map again with four finalists!

The Oklahoma Main Street Center announced today the finalists of the program’s annual statewide awards competition. All finalists will be honored, and the winners announced, at the 28th annual Main Street Awards Banquet, May 9, at the Embassy Suites OKC Downtown/Medical Center Hotel.

“The Oklahoma Main Street Center Awards Banquet celebrates the communities, people and events that make the program thrive,” said Buffy Hughes, Oklahoma Main Street director. “There are 21 competitive award categories representing the Main Street Four Points, and 19 different programs are in the top three of each.  We are always excited to see so many projects, events and people highlighted by the local programs. It is a joyful time for all involved in Main Street.”

Each award category falls under one of the “four points” in the Main Street Approach – Organization, Promotion, Economic Vitality and Design. Panels of outside judges for each point review the entries and determine the winners.

 

Finalists from Claremore are (drumroll, please):

Premier Special Event Under 1,000 Attendees – Food Truck Thursday
Best Façade Rehabilitation Under $10,000 – Barron Law Firm
Best Façade Rehabilitation Over $10,000 – Main Street Tavern
Best Adaptive Reuse Project – Main Street Tavern

Great job, Claremore Main Street!

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