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Mayor Kathy Taylor and citizens in north Tulsa works collectively to improve Education, Retail/Business Development, Housing,Workforce Development.
NTEDi is a non-profit organization recognized in the State of Oklahoma; an organization desiring to expand its influence in support of the low income underserved north Tulsa Community. However, in an effort to expand our ability to positively impact the community and Tulsa as a whole we found it necessary to seek non-profit 501(c)(3) status with the Internal Revenue Service. Economic Development via a public/private partnership (corporation) to ‘Rebuilding North Tulsa one project at a time’. One aspect of the program is to provide a vehicle to create, attract, retain, and expand business,which is primarily carried out through various initiatives listed below: -A Business and Retail initiative focused primarily on supporting and developing a vehicle to promote new retail and commercial spaec in north Tulsa. A Housing/Homeownership initiative focused on creating a safe environment for community and Economic Development resulting in improved neighborhood housing. -A Marketing and Communication plan to increase the awareness of Tulsa citizens, businesses, developers and investors of the potential that exists in north Tulsa. This is being accomplished via the NTEDi web site, seed money secured from donors and sponsors, members attending marketing seminars to aid in the promotion of the community. -Education is one of the key factors that has a significant impact in lifting the citizens of the North Tulsa Community. NTEDi is partnering with Tulsa Technology Center, Tulsa Community College, Tulsa Public Schools, Metropolitan Tulsa Urban League, and the Tulsa Metro Chamber of Commerce to enhance the educational experience for our youth and families through collaboration with Higher Education Institutions. -The development of the workforce in the north Tulsa Community is paramount to the success and sustainability of the area. NTEDi will partner with organizations such as the Tulsa Economic Development Corporation, Greenwood Chamber of Commerce, Workforce Tulsa, Oklahoma Department of Commerce, and the Tulsa Metro Chamber of Commerce to reduce unemployment in the region by attracting, developing, recruiting minority engineers, and other professional skilled trades.
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Invitation: A regular meeting of NTEDi will be held on November 10, 2014 from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm at Tulsa Technology Center, N.E. Campus 3850 North Peoria. The primary Agenda Topic will be focused on 36th North Corridor Advancement. The November 10, 2014 Agenda, meetings and other information are posted on website www.NTEDi.net
Reminder: First Friday at Stutts Bar B Que Today (9/5/14) - Tulsa, OK Plan to support First Friday Business Gatherings held each month in North Tulsa. In an effort to grow the businesses in our district and create more jobs, NTEDi has partnered with elected officials and the community to promote and support North Tulsa businesses. Please plan to make time in your schedules and join us on the FIRST FRIDAY of each month as we focus collectively on spending money in the north Tulsa community. Thank you in advance for spending your money and patronizing businesses In north Tulsa!!! The Tulsa Community is asked to support below establishment between the hours of 11:00 am – 6:30pm on the First Friday of date listed. First Friday Business Gathering - September 5, 2014 Stutts Bar B Que, 2021 East Apache, Tulsa OK
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“Believe, Achieve, Succeed”. Please help us spread the word, tickets are $50 each. May 16th 6:00-8:30. Dinner will be served and Mr. Jamaal Nash-Dyer will serve as the keynote speaker; we will also have great music and entertainment for your enjoyment. NTEDi will be awarding six (6) scholarships to senior high school students. For more information visit www.ntedi.net or call 918-534-6884.
Join us on May 16, 2014 from 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm at the 2nd Annual Book Scholarship Awards Banquet, which will be held at the OKAPI Event Center, 2550 West Edison Street, Tulsa, OK.
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Spread the word!! 1st Friday Business Gathering MAR 7th Ok Style BBQ on North Harvard. Lunch or dinner w/ members and elected officials. www.ntedi.net f
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IMPORTANT MESSAGE: If you haven’t already don’t forget to cast your vote in Tulsa, OK for Governor, State Superintendent, Tulsa County District Judge and others on the Ballot. Election Day is November 4, 2014 (Tuesday); county and local elections are being held the same day. Cast your vote on the way to the NTEDi Education Event!!!
TULSA, Okla. -- The North Tulsa Economic Development Initiative (NTEDi) nonprofit organization invites you to support and participate in our 3rd Annual Book Scholarship Awards Celebration on May 15, 2015 from 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased at the door or by contacting us at 918-607-3343. Proceeds from this event will support several deserving students. This celebration is focused on the continued education of senior high school students who have promising college futures, but may lack the additional resources necessary to obtain books or supplies required to support their college educational goals. The theme of the celebration is “Attitude + Knowledge = Excellence.” The Book Scholarship Awards Celebration will be held at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, 111 East First Street (Upper Level), Tulsa, Oklahoma.
First Friday Business 4/3/15 Spotlighting - Gateway Market Tulsa 1601 North Peoria Do Your Grocery Shopping at Gateway Market Tulsa!!! Friends and Colleagues, Plan to support the First Friday Business being highlighted on 4/3/15. The business we are promoting is located in north Tulsa. First Friday promotions are conducted each month in North Tulsa. In an effort support, grow and create more jobs in the community. NTEDi has partnered with elected officials and the community to promote and support North Tulsa businesses. Please plan to make time in your schedules and join us on the FIRST FRIDAY of each month as we focus collectively on spending money in the north Tulsa community. Thank you in advance for spending your money and patronizing businesses in north Tulsa!!! “Brought to you by NTEDi and Representative Kevin Matthews.”
Invitation - NTEDi meeting be held Monday, 3/9/2015 from 6:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m . at Tulsa Technology Center, N.E. Campus 3850 North Peoria . The Guest Speaker will be Tulsa County Assessor, Ken Yazel who will share important information about the process of how property is valued, how to file exemptions, how to protest a valuation, and how to estimate property tax based on a recent sale. This meeting is open to the public, all are encouraged to attend and please invite others.
2015 First Friday Business Promotion Campaign 3/6/2015 Oklahoma Style Bar B Que 2225 N Harvard Ave, Tulsa, OK 74115 Supporting Businesses in the North Tulsa Community ‘Cooperative Economics' Purpose: Patronize Restaurants, Retail Businesses, Variety Stores and other Businesses in the North Tulsa Community The North Tulsa Economic Development Initiative, Inc. (NTEDi) working with State Representative Kevin Matthews is pleased to promote and host the 2015 First Friday Business (FFB) Gatherings.” The FFB gathering will be held at various business establishments throughout north Tulsa community. We recognize that a challenge for most entrepreneurs is gaining visibility, so throughout the months of February 2015 – December 2015, we will be working to assist small businesses to increase their visibility. April 2015 First Friday Business is at Gateway Market. Joint endeavor by NTEDi and Representative Kevin Matthews
To NTEDi Members and Friends, A regular meeting of NTEDi will be held Monday, 2/9/2015 from 6:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. at Tulsa Technology Center, N.E. Campus 3850 North Peoria. The Guest Speaker will be representatives of Tulsa Public Schools who will share important information about the Tulsa Public Schools Bond, referred to as the 2015 Smart Start School Bond, a $415 million bond which focuses on capital improvement projects district-wide. This meeting is open to the public, all are encouraged to attend. Guest Speakers: Bob LaBass, Director of Bond Projects/Energy Management Ellen Duecker, Director for Instructional Media/Library
Developers Hope To Revitalize Part Of North Tulsa TULSA, Oklahoma - A planned officer and apartment building would be a positive development for north Tulsa and it could take shape next year. The development would be near 36th Street North and Hartford. There used to be business up there and more homes, but that was a long time ago. Now a developer, with Tulsa Roots, wants to start turning that around. The project, planned for 36th Street North, is the kind of development that would fit in any part of Tulsa, and that's on purpose. Antoine Harris with Alfresco Community Development hopes to develop an office and apartment building in a part of town long overdue for revitalization. “We have a pathway to success, we're not just jumping off, we have a pathway and we're taking it in stages,” he said. Harris, James Cooper and Lana Turner-Addison all played a part in getting the project to this point. They have a design and interest from banks on the financing and said they're confident two medical offices and a bank will lease space. Above that would be 54 apartments for middle income tenants. The design has covered outdoor space on the roof, room for gardens, covered parking and gated access. "That's a major requirement. We have to get housing to attract the people we want in the corridor," Cooper said. The land sits along the 36th Street North corridor, where the city has money for infrastructure if developers start building. The nearby Wayman Tisdale Clinic, from OU, was the last major investment in the area, but the new building, on the site almost just across the street, would be another step towards rebuilding the economy of north Tulsa. "We need business, retail development, and we need to find a way to generate sales tax in our community," Turner-Addison said. The development team has the backing of City Councilor Jack Henderson, who wants to get the infrastructure money moving. If all goes well, they all hope to be at a ground breaking next spring. The next step on the project is to go before the city council to start on infrastructure money. That could happen as soon as next week.
First Friday 2015 Business Promotion Campaign Supporting Businesses in the North Tulsa Community ‘Cooperative Economics' We recognize that a challenge for many small businesses gaining visibility, so throughout the months of February 2015 – December 2015, we will be working to assist small businesses to increase their visibility. We are seeking community input for scheduling businesses to be highlighted in 2015. Please submit your recommendations along with the contact information of business you would like for us to highlight. Submit Recommendation to firstname.lastname@example.org Joint endeavor by NTEDi and Representative Kevin Matthews.
First Friday Business Gathering 8/7/15 Paradise Donuts and Java Dave's Coffee 1717 N Peoria Ave #9, Tulsa, OK 74106 (918) 895-6264 Open: 5:00 am – 5:00 pm Paradise Donuts & Java Dave's Coffee is family-owned and operated right here in North Tulsa, OK. We are located just north of downtown. We make our donuts fresh each day on site. Mochas and signature drinks can be made hot, over ice, or frozen. Since our company opened its doors, we’ve treated every customer like they were a part of our family. Come try us out. You won't be disappointed. Other companies may offer similar services, but our services are the best, and come with a personal touch.
First Friday Business Gathering June 5, 2015 Tops & Bottoms Springdale Shopping Center - 1614 N. Lewis Ave, Tulsa, OK. Friends and Colleagues, Plan to support First Friday Business Gatherings held each month in North Tulsa. In an effort to grow the businesses in our district and create more jobs, NTEDi has partnered with elected officials and the community to promote and support North Tulsa businesses. Please plan to make time in your schedules and join us on the FIRST FRIDAY of each month as we focus collectively on spending money in the north Tulsa community. Thank you in advance for spending your money and patronizing businesses in north Tulsa!!! The prices are competitive and the staff is friendly and eager to help. The Tulsa Community is asked to support the various establishments between the hours of 11:00am – 5:00pm (or normal business hours) on the First Friday of date listed.
2015 First Friday Business Promotion - 2/6/2015 Citi Trends - 2329 West Edison Street, Tulsa, OK Tulsans Supporting Businesses in the North Tulsa Community ‘Cooperative Economics' The North Tulsa Economic Development Initiative, Inc. (NTEDi) working with State Representative Kevin Matthews is pleased to promote and host the 2015 First Friday Business (FFB) Gatherings.” Please plan to stop by Citi Trends and purchase an item or several items. Citi Trends one of the largest chains in the value-priced urban apparel industry. Purpose: To get out and spend our dollars on the First Friday in February in support of Retail Businesses located in the North Tulsa Community.