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February 5, 2013

Catoosa chamber banquet features former OSU coaches Sutton, Ward

CATOOSA — Catoosa Chamber of Comerce’s annual banquet will take place at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Tulsa Hard Rock Hotel and Casino’s Sequoyah Convention Center. The event will feature former OSU basketball coach Eddie Sutton and former OSU baseball coach Gary Ward.

“The chamber is honored to have these two great men as our speakers,” said Catoosa Chamber Executive Director Glenna Scott.

Live and silent auctions will include a 2nd Chance saferoom, an autographed basketball from Eddie, Sean and Scott Sutton and an autographed baseball from Dylan Bundy, Owasso graduate and currently with the Baltimore Orioles.

“This event is one of the main fundraisers for the chamber,” said Scott. “Our other fundraiser is our golf tournament which is set for June 7 at Cherokee Hills Golf Course.” 

Sponsors for this year’s event include--Tulsa Technology Center, Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa and Triangle Construction and Utility.

Tickets are still available. The deadline to RSVP is 12 p.m. Thursday.

Ticket prices are $40 per person for chamber partners or $450 for a reserved table for 10. Tickets for non-chamber partners are $60 per person or $650 for a reserved table for 10.

For more information or to RSVP, call the Catoosa Chamber of Commerce at 918-266-6042 or email

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