Supporting Tulsa's Entrepreneurs with Keep It Local OK

Anyone who knows us here at 36 Degrees North knows we’re all about keeping it local. We aim to support local entrepreneurs whenever we can by catering from neighborhood restaurants, buying local beer for happy hours, and giving gifts and goodies that are made just around the corner.

So, needless to say, we are thrilled to announce our new community partnership with the organization, Keep It Local OK.

Keep It Local OK sells cards that can be used to get a discount at retailers and restaurants throughout the state.

“We launched Keep It Local OK in Oklahoma City in 2010 with nothing more than a love for the great state of Oklahoma and its unique local businesses,” the organization explains on their website. “We believe that together, with other like-minded people, we can help build a better local community.”

Since they launched, Keep it Local OK has expanded into Tulsa. Their cards can be used at over 50 area locations for things like free popcorn at Circle Cinema, cheaper games at Escape Tulsa, free espresso at Chimera and a discount on items at multiple boutiques.

(Get a full list of Keep It Local OK participants here.)

“We exist for one simple reason - to help people discover the best local spots in town. With a Keep It Local Card you can get sweet rewards for keepin' it local and get the added enjoyment of supporting a great local business or discovering a new favorite.”

As part of the partnership, all 36 Degrees North members will get a complementary Keep it Local Card (a $15 value).

“Keep it Local celebrates entrepreneurs in the Tulsa community, so it’s a natural fit with 36 Degrees North’s mission,” said 36 Degrees North executive director, Dustin Curzon. “We’re excited to offer this benefit to our members and support entrepreneurs in our own backyard."