1991 Business Legislation Forum Slated Spet. 18

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1991 Business Legislation Forum Slated Spet. 18


1991 Business Legislation Forum Slated Sept. 18 The 1991 Business Legislation Forum sponsored by the Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce and Industry is scheduled for Sept. 18 at the Marriott Hotel in Oklahoma City.

The annual event is designed to seek and gather input for the chamber's legislative agenda for the coming year. Dick Rush, chamber president, noted that the date coincides with the date of the primary election runoff.

Health care, unemployment compensation, higher education and the environment are major issues to be discussed, he said. Featured speakers are House Speaker-designate Glen Johnson, D-Okemah, and Senate Minority Leader-designate Charles Ford, R-Tulsa.

Rather than having a keynote luncheon speaker, discussion groups at tables will prioritize issues for the 1991 legislative agenda, Rush said. A board meeting and early bird reception in the afternoon and evening of Sept. 17 are also scheduled.

Beals Adds $2.2 Million in New Billings Beals Advertising Agency Inc. has added $2.2 million in new billings in 1990, the Oklahoma City-based company said Monday. The agency, which also has offices in Fort Smith, said it has added eight new accounts, bringing total billing to more than $7 million.

The most recent acquisition was Cimcase International Corp. of Tulsa. Cimcase specializes in mainfram software systems for manufacturing operations with sales of approximately $200 million per year. Other Oklahoma companies which have selected Beals for an advertising agency include Concrete Protection Systems Inc. of Tulsa, the Unit Rig Division of Terex Corp. of Tulsa, the Oklahoma City Oldsmobile Dealer Marketing Group and Blue Ribbon Downs in Sallisaw.

In Arkansas, Beals was selected by Simmons Industries, Graffitis Restaurants and Federal Coachworks. …

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