Express Services Continues Expansion
Express Services opened 28 offices during the first quarter.
Two of the new offices were in Canada. U.S. offices were opened in Georgia, Minnesota, Washington, Texas, Pennsylvania, Michigan, South Carolina, Kentucky, Florida, Missouri, Ohio, Louisiana, Colorado, Mississippi and Kansas.
"We are able to continue our history of success and growth by keeping in tune with franchisees, clients and associates," said Robert A. Funk, founder of the Oklahoma City-based staffing firm. "Doing this enables us to mold our message and services to fit our publics."
A new name
Precis Smart Card Systems Inc.'s shareholders have approved changing the Norman-based company's name to Precis Inc.
The name change is reflected on the company's newly redesigned Web site at http://www.precis-pcis.com. The new Web site features an updated look for Precis including a revised logo design.
The site also features links to Precis' subsidiaries, Care Entree and Foresight Inc.
Film planned on McVeigh book
Timothy McVeigh's bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building will be made into a miniseries based on a book by two Buffalo reporters, according to CBS executives.
The network has purchased the option on the book, American Terrorist: Timothy McVeigh & the Oklahoma City Bombing, written by Buffalo News reporters Lou Michel and Dan Herbeck.
The reporters interviewed McVeigh for more than 75 hours at the federal prison in Terre Haute, Ind., where he was executed last week for killing 168 people in the April 19, 1995, explosion.
CBS' rendition of the event will focus more on the way Oklahoma City has coped with the bombing, than on McVeigh or his motives, filmmaker Gerry Abrams, who will produce the series, said.
Allison Radcliffe, former president of Hartman Communications, has been named vice president of account services for CCB Creative Marketing in Tulsa.
Melani Hamilton is the new director of public relations for CCB. Kendra Thompson will serve as account executive and Chris Monteith will be an account coordinator. Hamilton, Thompson and Monteith also were with Hartman Communications before joining CCB.
The Oklahoma City Council will meet every other week during July and August instead of weekly. The council adopted the summer schedule to avoid vacation season quorum problems.
Summer meeting dates are July 3, July 17, July 31, Aug. 14 and Aug. 28. The council will return to weekly meetings in September.
Discussing global trading
Global trading will be discussed at the Oklahoma Manufacturing Resource Network at 10 a. …