Sonic Drive-InsSonic Drive-ins Company has the absolute best business web site I have found in the state. Their front page is distinctively Sonic, loads fast, invites J.P. Surfer to click on the radio to get inside. Once inside, J.P. will find some of the best writing and web site integration I have found anywhere in the world. Here's a sample: By 1953, Troy Smith, a World War II veteran living in Shawnee, OK, had tried running a restauranttwice. First there was a tiny eatery known as the Cottage Cafe. With only 12 counter stools and four booths, he could barely make a living for his wife and two children. He sold the little diner, bought a larger place and tried his hand at running a bigger operation. Troy's Panful of Chicken was successful to the point that Smith attempted opening multiple units. However, Oklahomans were not ready for that concept in the early 1950s, and Troy's Panful of Chicken faded quietly into history.
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Carlisle FoodServiceis a local business to business marketer and manufacturer which offers over 7,000 innovative, versatile and durable products for the foodservice industry. Sales for restaurants, hotels, hospitals, and even prisons, are made around the world. A very strong emphasis on employee education is part of the Carlisle program.
Carlisle's efforts to minimize food contamination in the industry, is made manifest in products such their color-coded cutting boards, one for beef, one for chicken, one for vegetables, and Carlisle supplies color-coded cleaning brushes to go with each board. Carlisle's food carts keep food warm longer for use in commercial establishments like hospitals and prisons.
One Carlisle sales rep showed a polycarbonate pitcher to the boss's son and told him polycarbonate was used to manufacture bulletproof glass and was virtually indestructible. The young man was dubious. He dropped it to the floor; no damage done. He kicked it across the room against the far wall, no damage done. "Wow! Let's show this to Dad," he exclaimed.
So they got his father and the son filled the pitcher up with water and led them up to the top of their three story building where he hurled the pitcher as hard as he could at some rocks behind the building.
All the way downstairs the sales rep was saying "Oh My, Oh My," to himself, knowing he had just lost the sale and maybe even the account. But when the pitcher was picked up and examined, all they could find on it was one tiny scratch. That business now uses polycarbonate utensils.
The fact is, you can run over a polycarbonate pitcher with a semi and not break it. It is used in fact, in the manufacture of bullet-proof windshields for presidents and royal families. However, there are certain drawbacks to the material. For example, officials at one prison down in in Australia refused to invest in Carlisle's highly efficient food carts even though prisoners were constantly complaining about cold food.
The prison was a modern prison, with no bars. Instead, it was made entirely out of polycarbonate so that guards could see inside, but prisoners could not get their hands through to do any damage.
Well, inmates finally had enough cold food and the whispered word went around the exercise yard: "Save your butter. Save your butter."
They saved their butter, and saved their butter, and when they had enough butter they smeared it over the polycarbonate walls so the guards could not see into the cells. That was bad enough. When the guards began cleaning off the butter before promising warm food, the prisoners set fire to the butter to permanently smoke the polycarbonate. The end result was that the entire prison melted to the ground.
The prisoners have bars again, but they also have hot food.
A great insurance site recently discovered is BeAcon: "As Independent Oklahoma Insurance Agents, our responsibility is to you. We have access to the products and services of America’s leading Insurance Companies." The color combination, the intuitive navigation and the aura of friendliness make this one of the most attractive sites in the state.
Elessar Development is devoted to providing luxury housing alternatives. The company serves a wide range of client needs.
Meet Gray, Autry and Wilson,A law firm handling Social Security Disability Law, Workers Compensation, and Personal Injury law.
"We go to bat for you."Anyone who has ever butted heads with Social Security Disability or gone through this process with someone else knows one thing for sure, you NEED someone to go to bat for you. An attorney who works in this area of law is familiar with the agency regulations, rulings and policies, and has knowledge about how to develop medical and non-medical evidence to present to the agency or ALJ at a hearing. Attorneys also have knowledge about legal procedure and how to protect your disability issues for appeal, which becomes important if you are unsuccessful at the agency level, and continue to appeal the claim before a U.S. District Court. Attorneys are knowledgeable about the current "case law", Federal court cases which decide or interpret Social Security law, which may have a bearing on your claim. Attorneys have the educational background and expertise to research and write legal theories and argument or prepare legal documents to present your claim in its most favorable light to the agency or court. Mr. Gray was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1969 and his disability brought a unique perspective to his law practice, which included disability cases of all kinds: personal injury, workers compensation, and Social Security claims. Jack passed on his perspective of disability law to the attorneys and we still honor his longstanding values on which this firm has thrived for over 40 years. Jack Gray based his practice on honesty and integrity, with an emphasis on personal service, which Gray, Autry, & Wilson strive to uphold in a continuation of Jack's legal tradition.
At Otter Creek you will find every thing that you need to give your home or office that Rustic, Western setting. All of our products are Hand made on our ranch in Oklahoma. Feel free to look around and see what trips your trigger.
Design Company has much to offer the world.
Green Dragon Herbals is a beautiful site of herbals and personal power products.
We deal in Steel, The Railroad Yard.
All the goats on Udder Farms are lovingly milked by hand. The health and care of the entire herd is reflected in the quality of the milk produced. The manufacturing and packaging of the product is done on the farm, with strict attention paid to the wholesomeness of all ingredients.
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