OKC Oilfield Expo

Longview, TX

#1 Apr 29, 2013

Productivity, value, growth and community contribution: Oklahoma Energy Producers Vision for OKC also the Goal for the 2013 OKC Oilfield Expo
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, April 26, 2013 - Getting to work is nothing new to Oklahomans and it’s certainly nothing new to the vibrant energy market that calls Oklahoma City home. That’s why Texas Classic Productions is proud to make Oklahoma City the home of their newest oil and gas trade show. The 2013 OKC Oilfield Expo will take place October 16th and 17that the Cox Convention Center.
This show will focus on creating a no-nonsense, deal-making atmosphere that allows attendees and exhibitors alike the opportunity to talk shop and do business.“Most industry professionals already understand the concepts being talked about at the popular conferences and seminars,” says Eli Logan, President of Texas Classic Productions.“It’s not in the best interests of our exhibitors to make them compete with conference sessions for the attention of attendees. We’re in the business of creating a marketplace for our exhibitors to network and make deals.”
Making the best deals requires meeting the right people, and exhibitors at the 2013 OKC Oilfield Expo can count on the relevance of each attendee. Texas Classic understands that participating in an oil show can be a big investment and their strict attendance policy works to protect that investment by ensuring the relevance of every attendee.
Creating value for their supporters is part of the reason Texas Classic has grown to serve the Oklahoma City market. Creating value for the cities in which shows are located is also considered a hallmark of success.
According to Bucky Bouknight, V.P. of Business Development, the show will feature almost 500 booths. As a result, they’re expecting to draw over 10,000 oil and gas professionals to OKC.
“That attendance number represents a very exciting economic opportunity for hospitality and retail businesses in OKC, especially in Bricktown and Stockyards City” said Amy Double, V.P. of Marketing.
Although the show is still months away, the response has already begun. Booth sales are open and moving briskly; booth space is on track to be sold out within weeks. If you’re interested in becoming a part of this exciting event, call Bucky Bouknight at (866) 918-5550 or visit the website at www.OKCOilfieldExpo.com .

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