November 27, 2017
Thank you WOW employees Tiffany Henley and Brenda Bennett. They were nominated by Sandy Cotton for their outstanding work on the Tulsa Envision the Future Luncheon.
Sandy said, “They worked tirelessly and put in many hours on planning and implementing this very successful event. We more than doubled the amount raised this year and they did an excellent job of telling our story.”
Thanks Tiffany and Brenda!
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