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Annual Awards Banquet

Each year, the Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce recognizes businesses and individuals that have made a significant impact on our community. Winners of the chamber’s annual awards will be recognized at the Annual Banquet on Thursday, February 2, 2023.

Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce Events

Jan 27

Legislative Breakfast - Pre Session

Pre Session Legislative Breakfast featuring Edmond area State Senators and Representatives

Ribbon Cutting - Insomnia Cookies

Insomnia Cookies is a late-night bakery, founded in 2003 in our founder Seth Berkowitz’s dorm room. From 11 am, to 3 am, were here to satisfy you’re late night (or midday) sweet tooth cravings with warm, delicious cookies, brownies, and even ice cream! Any time of day or night, in store, online, or delivery straight to your door- we’re here for all types of Insomniacs!

Jan 31

Edmond Young Professionals Dues 2023
Leadership Edmond Alumni Dues 2023
Member Rewards Year End Party

Feb 02

Annual Awards Banquet

Celebrate the accomplishments of 2022 at the Annual Awards Banquet PRESENTED BY: ARVEST BANK
Award recognitions including:
INTEGRIS Health Volunteer of the Year
Mercy Ambassador of the Year
RCB Bank Philanthropic Business of the Year
Tinker Federal Credit Union Non Profit of the Year
OU Health Edmond Young Professional of the Year
Prosperity Bank Woman of the Year
First United Bank Small Business of the Year
Citizens Bank Citizen of the Year

Feb 07

Business After Hours

Feb 10

Government Relations Council

Speakers: Representatives Ryan Martinez and Mike Osburn

Feb 14

EYP Leadership Latte

Speaker: Sarah Fields, Jetta Corporation CEO

Ribbon Cutting - Clean Juice

Grand Opening! USDA Certified Organic juice bar and cafe

Feb 15

Morning Mingle

Feb 21

EYP Lunch Bunch

Feb 23

Women Mean Business Breakfast

Topic: Film in Edmond Speakers: Sarah London, City of Edmond Amanda Fortney, Francis Tuttle Marisa Carlson and Lynzi Carlson, Simply Indie Film Festival

EYP Networking Event

Come and enjoy light appetizers and drinks, along with a golf simulator, at the new downtown Valor Bank location.

Feb 24

Ribbon Cutting - Clean Juice

Cleaqn Juice – USDA Certifited Organic Juice Bar – our mission is food made right, the way it was intended to be. Hand crafted with the highest quality ingredients.

Mar 01

Membership Magnified

Come and meet the Chamber staff and ambassadors and learn about our programs and events in order to best utilize your membership.

Mar 02

Member Lunch - Candidate Forum

City of Edmond Candidate Forum for:Edmond Mayor – candidates are the current Mayor, Darrell Davis and also Brian ShellemWard 1 – candidates are Tom Robins and Ashley BradleyWard 2 – candidates are Barry Moore and Judy Rau
Elections for Edmond City Council are non-partisan. The general election is on April 4. Edmond residents from all wards are eligible to vote in all three races.
City Council is a five-member body, including the Mayor, representing the four Wards that make up the City of Edmond. Ward representative Council terms are four years and the mayor serves a two-year term.

Mar 03

Ribbon Cutting - Lash Addiction Anniversary

1 Year Anniversary

Mar 08

Ribbon Cutting - Edit & Co.

One Year Anniversary Women’s clothing boutique!

Mar 10

Government Relations Council

Speaker: State Senator Kristen Thompson, District 22

Edmond Events

Jan 27

Legislative Breakfast - Pre Session

Pre Session Legislative Breakfast featuring Edmond area State Senators and Representatives

Ribbon Cutting - Insomnia Cookies

Insomnia Cookies is a late-night bakery, founded in 2003 in our founder Seth Berkowitz’s dorm room. From 11 am, to 3 am, were here to satisfy you’re late night (or midday) sweet tooth cravings with warm, delicious cookies, brownies, and even ice cream! Any time of day or night, in store, online, or delivery straight to your door- we’re here for all types of Insomniacs!

Jan 31

Edmond Young Professionals Dues 2023
Leadership Edmond Alumni Dues 2023
Member Rewards Year End Party

Feb 02

Annual Awards Banquet

Celebrate the accomplishments of 2022 at the Annual Awards Banquet PRESENTED BY: ARVEST BANK
Award recognitions including:
INTEGRIS Health Volunteer of the Year
Mercy Ambassador of the Year
RCB Bank Philanthropic Business of the Year
Tinker Federal Credit Union Non Profit of the Year
OU Health Edmond Young Professional of the Year
Prosperity Bank Woman of the Year
First United Bank Small Business of the Year
Citizens Bank Citizen of the Year

Feb 07

Business After Hours

Feb 10

Government Relations Council

Speakers: Representatives Ryan Martinez and Mike Osburn

Feb 14

EYP Leadership Latte

Speaker: Sarah Fields, Jetta Corporation CEO

Ribbon Cutting - Clean Juice

Grand Opening! USDA Certified Organic juice bar and cafe

Feb 15

Morning Mingle

Feb 21

EYP Lunch Bunch

Feb 23

Women Mean Business Breakfast

Topic: Film in Edmond Speakers: Sarah London, City of Edmond Amanda Fortney, Francis Tuttle Marisa Carlson and Lynzi Carlson, Simply Indie Film Festival

EYP Networking Event

Come and enjoy light appetizers and drinks, along with a golf simulator, at the new downtown Valor Bank location.

Feb 24

Ribbon Cutting - Clean Juice

Cleaqn Juice – USDA Certifited Organic Juice Bar – our mission is food made right, the way it was intended to be. Hand crafted with the highest quality ingredients.

Mar 01

Membership Magnified

Come and meet the Chamber staff and ambassadors and learn about our programs and events in order to best utilize your membership.

Mar 02

Member Lunch - Candidate Forum

City of Edmond Candidate Forum for:Edmond Mayor – candidates are the current Mayor, Darrell Davis and also Brian ShellemWard 1 – candidates are Tom Robins and Ashley BradleyWard 2 – candidates are Barry Moore and Judy Rau
Elections for Edmond City Council are non-partisan. The general election is on April 4. Edmond residents from all wards are eligible to vote in all three races.
City Council is a five-member body, including the Mayor, representing the four Wards that make up the City of Edmond. Ward representative Council terms are four years and the mayor serves a two-year term.

Mar 03

Ribbon Cutting - Lash Addiction Anniversary

1 Year Anniversary

Mar 08

Ribbon Cutting - Edit & Co.

One Year Anniversary Women’s clothing boutique!

Mar 10

Government Relations Council

Speaker: State Senator Kristen Thompson, District 22

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