If you are from Oklahoma City, you already know this, but it is nice when others recognize how cool your hometown is. OKC has undergone a remarkable transformation from 25 years ago. I remember when Bricktown was nothing more than a junkyard full of old cars and a junked fighter airplane shell. The citizens of OKC decided to make a change and voted in the MAPS project. This was such a success that MAPS 2 and MAPS 3 followed, and here we are 25 years later with a sparkling jewel on the plains of central Oklahoma. Our city has become a cultural leader and an economic engine of growth. National Geographic Traveler Magazine just named Oklahoma City as one of their Best Trips for 2015.
So come visit our beautiful vibrant town and if you decide to stay, give Kay a call.