EO of Oklahoma to Present Sam Wyly

The Entrepreneurs’ Organization of Oklahoma will sponsor a dinner with Sam Wyly, an American entrepreneur and businessman at the Summit Club, 15 W. Sixth St., in March.
The dinner, to be held March 6, will be the first Learning Event for the Oklahoma chapter of the international Entrepreneurs’ Organization.
Wyly has embarked on a number of entrepreneurial ventures, ranging from founding University Computing Company in 1963 to buying the successful restaurant chain Bonanza Steakhouse. In September 2006, Forbes ranked him the 354th wealthiest American.
The Entrepreneurs’ Organization, a global community of business owners, formed an Oklahoma EO group, sponsored by the Dallas EO chapter, last year. The EO Oklahoma group boasts 12 members and is now accepting applications for new membership.
Founded 20 years ago, EO claims 6,600 members with more than 108 chapters in 38 countries. The group has “a common desire to grow our businesses, learn from others and share our experiences.” To be eligible for membership, prospects must be the founder, co-founder, owner or controlling shareholder of a company; have gross annual revenues in excess of $1 million and be under the age of 50 when joining.
The Tulsa office of the EO Oklahoma group is at 15 E. Fifth St., Ste. 3675. Contact Eric Jenkins at www.eonetwork.org for more information or to register for the Learning Event.



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