The ‘Why’ of moreClaremore

We believe….that Claremore can come together as a community. That we can work together to make the town an even better place to live. We encourage everyone to eat local and shop local, and we understand that as a small business, it can be difficult to spread your message.

We ARE a small local business. We are four individuals who are Claremore bred, who have formed a family over the past six years since the humble beginnings of moreClaremore.

We started this company to raise Claremore’s self-esteem, to turn the tide of negativity. Things are moving forward in a positive manner, and we’re determined to keep the momentum going. Our goal is to connect people with similar ideas, to help fuel passion and dreams for our little city. This is our ‘why.’

We encourage you to get involved. Join a board. Hit up a Claremore Collective mixer. Volunteer. Stop in at Food Truck Thursday. ENJOY what our town has to offer.

Let us help you connect with others. We offer digital advertising packages, videos, and the written word at various price points. Contact Travis at travis@moreclaremore.com to see how we can help you connect. Engage. Dream.

Keep it local, Claremore.

 

 

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