Moore to Speak at 40 Under 40 Event

Pattye L. Moore, consultant, speaker, author and former president of Sonic Corp., will be the featured guest at the Tulsa Business Journal’s celebration of its current and previous classes of 40 Under 40.
The breakfast event, sponsored by the Cherokee Casino Resort, will be held at the Tulsa Air and Space Museum and Planetarium at 7:30 a.m. on July 27.
Moore recently co-authored Confessions from the Corner Office, a book on leadership instincts, with Scott Aylward, the former chairman and CEO of Barkley, Evergreen & Partners, Sonic’s advertising agency for 13 years.
TBJ invites members of the 40 Under 40 classes for 2007-2009. Tickets are limited. Please call Stephen Hillman at 585-6655 or e-mail stephenh@tulsabusinessjournal.com to make reservations.
Choc and Funnel Win Packaging Contest
Oklahoma-based Choc Beer Co. and Funnel Design Group took two top prizes at the 2008 World Beer Championships packaging competition.
Joe Prichard, whose family owns Choc Beer, said the Story Line Series, which took “Best Case Series” and “Best Label Series,” includes six beers that are based on the story of his grandfather and company founder Pietro Piegari, later known as Pete Prichard.
In 1903, 11-year-old Pietro Piegari traveled with his family to the coalmining community of Krebs. Sixteen years later, the enterprising young immigrant came up with the idea of using an Indian Territory recipe to brew a beverage for coalminers to enjoy during their free time.
Pray Walker Elects Crane, Others
Tulsa law firm Pray Walker elected C. Bretton Crane president and CEO.
The firm also elected Kevin P. Doyle as chairman of the business law section, Randall G. Vaughan as chairman of the litigation section and Steven B. Butterfield as chairman of the energy section.
Terry R. Doverspike continues as chairman of the firm.
Crane has been with Pray Walker since 1984. Prior to becoming president, he served as the chairman of the firm’s business law section. He earned his bachelor’s, MBA and JD from the University of Tulsa.
Doyle has been with Pray Walker since 1987. He attended the University of Oregon and earned his bachelors degree from the University of Oklahoma and his JD from the University of Tulsa.
Having developed a successful high school speech and debate program, Vaughan left education to pursue a career as a trial lawyer, joining Pray Walker in 1985. He earned his bachelor’s degree at Oral Roberts University, master’s at the University of Oklahoma and JD at the University of Tulsa.
Butterfield has been with Pray Walker since 1997. Previously, he was a member of another Tulsa firm. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration with distinction and JD from the University of Oklahoma .
Doverspike has been with Pray Walker since 1975. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma and his JD from the University of Tulsa.
Wild Brew to be Held Aug. 1
Wild Brew, Tulsa’s premiere beer tasting festival, will be held Aug. 1, at the Central Park Hall at Expo Square.
The event will start at 5 p.m., with a special patron-only hour at 4 p.m.
Wild Brew, the Sutton Avian Research Center’s annual fundraiser, features more than 80 premium beers from around the world, food from some of Tulsa’s best restaurants and live music.
Participating restaurants include: Albert G’s Bar-B-Q, Bodean’s Seafood, Brother’s Pizza, Caz’s Chowhouse, Charleston’s, Cosmo Caf√?, Council Creek Cheese and Cuisine, Dilly Deli, El Guapo, Expo Square, Herbert’s Specialty Meats, In The Raw, Leon’s, McNellie’s Public House, Mexicali Border Caf√?, Panera Bread and The Brook.
Tickets are $50 and must be purchased in advance, and attendees must be 21 or older. To purchase tickets or to become a sponsor, please visit www.wildbrew.org or call (918) 633-1308. Sponsorship opportunities are still available.



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