Tulsa Spirit Awards

Carey Baker, MB, Adrienne Kallweit

I admire people who have a great business idea and run with it. It’s not easy. That takes moxie.

Here in Tulsa, there’s something called the Entrepreneurial Spirit Award. It’s an annual competition that helps small businesses get “off the ground.”  The winner gets $30,000!

During Wednesday’s newscast I interviewed Adrienne Kallweit, the 2007 winner and owner of Seeking Sitters, and Carey Dunkin Baker, 2009 runner-up and owner of Part-Time Pros.  Here’s an excerpt on how the Spirit Awards helped them and how to get involved:

Thanks Adrienne and Carey. The deadline to apply is May 16. Go here to sign-up. Good luck.

One Comment on “Tulsa Spirit Awards

  1. If you like tri-nations, super 15, and other rugby games that are not in the world cup would you still be interested?

    Rugby World Cup 2011 contains none of these and only 5 modes. The world cup, single international tests, warm up

    tours, some international tests,, penalty shoot-outs, multi-player games, but only two people can participate. Half the

    teams don’t feature any of the current world class players, but faceless characters no one even knows. So in reality

    you getting half a world cup for full price. Of course, you can name the players through the games editor function, but

    with no faces to the characters, is that any fun?

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