32nd OMELETTE PARTY – Eggs, Drinks & Rock ‘n’ Roll
Gather your groupies and practice your air guitar in preparation for this year’s Omelette Party! Chaired by Matt Tipton and Suzanne Thomas, the event will again be held at the Chevy Bricktown Events Center and feature gourmet egg dishes and, of course, omelettes prepared by local favorites such as Chef Ryan Parrott from Picasso Cafe, Chef Tom Lienke from the Golf Club Diner at Lake Hefner and the Museum Cafe’s own Chef Henry Boudreaux. Live music from The Stars and DJ Brian Smith with Chameleon Entertainment, an eclectic art raffle with works from more than 50 local artists and an open bar are all part of the fun.
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Comtech and Cowboy Copy have joined forces in Stillwater!
Comtech is proud to announce that perennial print services provider Cowboy Copy in Stillwater, Oklahoma is the newest member of the Comtech family of businesses. In addition to their excellent range of existing services, Cowboy Copy will now provide Comtech's entire range of business and marketing services to the Stillwater area.
Located in Stillwater, Oklahoma since 1985, Cowboy Copy consists of Oklahoma’s brightest thinkers, dreamers and do’ers in the direct marketing industry. Cowboy Copy is a strategic partner for companies that are looking to grow their business through data driven solutions, printing, graphic design, promotional products, corporate apparel, direct mail, web development, SEO services and more. Since 2001, Cowboy Copy has been serving Stillwater on the south side of "the strip" at 514 S Washington.
Go here to learn more www.cowboycopy.net
A banker needs health insurance and an architect needs an accountant. We are asking businesses to share who their preferred business-to-business partners are in 24 industry categories.
The Best of Business program honors business-to-business favorites chosen by readers of okc.BIZ in 24 categories. Readers, peers and customers can vote online at this link VOTE4BOB or at www.okc.biz to determine the best among Oklahoma vendors, suppliers and business partners. Voting ends February 5, 2016 at 5:00pm.
The top five Best of Business 2016 honorees in each category will be awarded and receive recognition at the luncheon to be held at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel Oklahoma City on Tuesday, March 29, 2016.
The businesses that receive the most votes in each category will be announced at the luncheon and will receive additional recognition and accolades. The 2016 Best of Business winners will also be featured in the March 30, 2016 issue of Oklahoma Gazette, online at okc.BIZ and in the official 2016 Best of Business awards magazine.
“When you are championed by your customers, you deserve to be proud of your successes and accomplishments,” Publisher Bill Bleakley said. “The group honored as Best of Business represents a high level of dedication and service.”
Vote online at this link VOTE4BOB or at www.okc.biz today!
Comtech is proud to announce multiple works of our Print Design team have once again been nominated for Addy Awards.
We are going to have to enlarge our offices to make room for all of the awards our amazingly talented creative professionals are accumulating. Check out Mary Sellon's fabulous work below.
July 20, 2015
OKC VETERAN PRINT HOUSE B&S QUALITY PRINTING TO MERGE WITH COMTECH
Oklahoma City, Okla. – Oklahoma City-based direct mail company, Comtech announced today it is bringing another local printer, B&S Quality Printing, under the Comtech name. The two companies are joining forces to bring their customers even more experience and options than before.
"This joining of forces is a win-win. We will be able to offer B&S customers the extended services of Comtech, yet they will still receive the customer service and veteran printing knowledge from B&S’s 30-plus-years of experience in the business,” said Michael Morrison, founder & CEO of Comtech. “We are equally excited to bring B&S’s decades of printing experience to our customers."
B&S employees will now office at Comtech’s headquarters at 117 East Hill Street in Oklahoma City, including owner, Sandi Dickinson.
"We are thrilled to now offer our customers the added services and speed of Comtech," said Dickinson. " But most importantly, we want to assure our customers they will continue to receive the same quality and customer service we have been offering for decades, if not better."
From inception, the Comtech culture has focused on happy and satisfied customers. Morrison said the merger of B&S Quality Printing, which has been in business since 1984, will only add value to the customer experience.
Comtech started as a direct mail house in 1999, and has since expanded the business into offset printing, data mining services, mailing lists, variable data printing, apparel printing and promotional products, website design and fulfillment services. For more information about Comtech visit http://www.accesscomtech.com.