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Community Service Business of The Year 2018

10/12/2018 (Permalink)

Community Community Service Business of The Year 2018 SERVPRO's Jordan Kelley and Linda Sacks accepted the award for Muskogee's Community Service Business of The Year 2018.

Mayor Bob Coburn issued a proclamation declaring the week of Oct. 8-12, as “Industry Appreciation Week” in Muskogee in celebration of National Manufacturing Month.

Last night, Indian Capital Technology Center, Port of Muskogee, and the Greater Muskogee Area Chamber of Commerce hosted the 21st annual Business & Industry Banquet and Awards Ceremony, where area businesses were recognized for their outstanding achievements over the past year.

This year, SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh Counties & Tahlequah earned our first Business and Industry award from Muskogee city for our efforts in community service. SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh Counties & Tahlequah won the Community Service Business of The Year award for 2018. We were recognized for our community contribution of over 1500 hours of community service, over $30k plus in sponsored contributions, and for partnering in special projects within the community that supported area congregations and local efforts to assist community members in need.

We are thankful for this gracious award and are glad we are able to make the contribution we can back to our communities and to the city of Muskogee. SERVPRO believes a healthy community on all levels means a healthy economy for all citizens.    

SERVPRO's Kelley Graduates Leadership Native Oklahoma

10/10/2018 (Permalink)

Community SERVPRO's Kelley Graduates Leadership Native Oklahoma Jordan accepting his award for completion of Leadership Native Oklahoma 2018 from AICCO President Bailey Walker.

SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh Counties and Tahlequah's Operations Manager, Jordan Kelley, graduated the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma's (AICCO) leadership cohort, Leadership Native Oklahoma (LNO), yesterday.

In Durant, OK, at Choctaw Casino and Resort, the AICCO graduated their second ever class for LNO, of which SERVPRO saw its first graduate go through.

Jordan was selected from an extremely competitive pool of leaders, business men and women and elected officials from across Oklahoma to participate in this year’s class. Since the inception of the franchise in 2011, Jordan turned the fairly young business into a leader in the corporate franchise, located in Ft. Gibson, OK, on a modest lot. Jordan, a second-generation franchisee, learned business values from an early age at home with his father, Owner, Carl Kelley, a local business man. Jordan believes, good business is good relationships. Jordan emphasizes civic engagement with his team as a mandatory job requirement.

Jordan is a mentor-leader where he grew up in Ft. Gibson. He gives back to his alma mater by mentoring and investing in students and sponsoring their various activities including most recently, Muskogee’s Regional Jr. Livestock Show. He is also a member of the Muskogee Exchange Club, Rotary Club, and volunteers with organizations through out the year.

SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh & Tahlequah sponsors numerous community events across the various counties in eastern Oklahoma.

Jordan exercises equal employment opportunities and possess a team well-known in the region for its superior customer service and client relations.

SERVPRO Operations Manager Kelley Selected for Prestigious State Leadership Program

4/6/2018 (Permalink)

Community SERVPRO Operations Manager Kelley Selected for Prestigious State Leadership Program Operations Manager, Jordan Kelley. 2018 Leadership Native Oklahoma participant.

AICCO Announces 2018 Class of Leadership Native Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, OK -The American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma (AICCO) hosts Leadership Native Oklahoma (LNO) as a unique leadership opportunity for business, governmental, and community leaders. Broadening their networks and sharpening their understanding of the tribal and Native communities builds their relationships within the tribes and their leaders. LNO is a leadership and education program for leader-citizens from all across Oklahoma to learn about the tribes and entice engagement in culturally appropriate ways while learning about their awesome impact on the state. LNO has selected professionals with diverse backgrounds, skill sets, and experiences. Most importantly this year’s class, as the previous class's selections, exemplify leadership and influence and LNO intends to expand the participants living networks.

“Leadership Native Oklahoma (LNO) is committed to improving Oklahoma’s future for our communities native and non-native alike by encouraging, instilling and facilitating a support network of dynamic leaders with a tribal perspective in mind.” AICCO Executive Director, Annetta Abbot, said.

Jordan Kelley, Operations Manager at SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh Counties & Tahlequah, was selected from an extremely competitive pool of leaders, business men and women and elected officials from across Oklahoma to participate in this year’s class. Since the inception of the franchise in 2011, Kelley turned the fairly young business into a leader in the corporate franchise, located in Ft. Gibson, OK, on a modest lot. Kelley, a second-generation franchisee, learned business values from an early age at home with his father, Owner, Carl Kelley, a local business man. Kelley believes, good business is good relationships. Kelley emphasizes civic engagement with his team as a mandatory job requirement.

Kelley is a mentor-leader where he grew up in Ft. Gibson. He gives back to his alma mater by mentoring and investing in students and sponsoring their various activities including most recently, Muskogee’s Regional Jr. Livestock Show. He is also a member of the Muskogee Exchange Club, Rotary Club, and volunteers with organizations through out the year.

SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh & Tahlequah sponsors numerous community events across the various counties in eastern Oklahoma.

Kelley exercises equal employment opportunities and possess a team well-known in the region for its superior customer service and client relations.

“As you can see from the caliber of our 2018 Class that we have several outstanding leaders that are doing great things…,” said AICCO President and member of the Chickasaw Nation, Bailey Walker. “The value of LNO is especially important for the group to be introduced to tribal policy, sovereignty, and commerce.”

Leadership Native Oklahoma is a division of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma and its programs. AICCO is an organization in which American Indian businesses, tribal leaders, and non-native businesses can come together with innovative ideas that will promote and enhance the success of all people.

Go Red for Natives

2/19/2018 (Permalink)

Community Go Red for Natives SERVPRO's Lin Sacks presenting check to #GoRedForNativeWomen at the American Heart Association event last November.

SERVPRO Supports Go Red For Women

SERVPRO Muskogee/ McIntosh Counties & Tahlequah's Lin Sacks was invited as keynote speaker for the American Heart Association's Go Red for Native Women held in Oklahoma City, last November.

SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh Counties & Tahlequah took the opportunity to share their heart, passion and give support for AMA's efforts.

SERVPRO Muskogee/ McIntosh Counties & Tahlequah presented the AHA with a check to help further their efforts into 2018 with the understanding that heart disease disproportionately affects the Native community at higher rates than most other communities in the nation.

SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh Counties & Tahlequah is a proud sponsor of the American Heart Association and has a history of involvement. 

Lin Sacks is a public speaker and citizen of the Cherokee Nation. She represents SERVPRO in various involvements and within the tribes.

SERVPRO In The News 2.9.18

2/16/2018 (Permalink)

Community SERVPRO In The News 2.9.18 SERVPRO is ranked #12 for 2018 in Franchise Magazine

We would like to thank The Muskogee Phoenix for a great article.

Fort Gibson business ranks high in company

by: Muskogee Phoenix

  • Feb 9, 2018

FORT GIBSON-SERVPRO, a cleanup and restoration franchise company, continues to dominate its segment of Entrepreneur magazines Franchise 500 list, receiving top ranking in the Restoration Services industry for the 15th consecutive year. 

Arthur Kelley, owner of SERVPRO of Muskogee/McIntosh counties and Tahlequah, said the company also achieved the number 12 spot overall in the prestigious rankings, standing out in a record-breaking group of more than 1,020 franchises qualified for the 2018 list.

Information: Arthur Kelley, (918) 913-4490, SERVPRO9992@SERVPROmuskogee.com or www.SERVPRO.com.

*SERVPRO Muskogee/ McIntosh Counties & Tahlequah has won various awards over the years including Storm Rookie of the Year in 2013. 

Contact us at 918-913-4490 or 888-601-5526

Bulls, Blood, Dust n' Mud

1/24/2018 (Permalink)

Community Bulls, Blood, Dust n' Mud BRI National Finals 2018, Muskogee, OK.

It was the roar of the SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh Counties & Tahlequah crowd last weekend at the Bull Riders Inc. (BRI) National Finals in Muskogee, OK.

SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh Counties & Tahlequah knows how to get dirty just for the fun of it like the best of 'em. In its second year of sponsorship of the BRI, National Finals, SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh Counties is a proud supporter of community events and civic engagements.

FASTER TO ANY SIZE DISASTER, as expected, SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh Counties & Tahlequah was right in the heart of the rodeo's events. Operations Manager, Jordan Kelley, helped promote the event as an on air guest with some of the event's featured bull riders.

Whether it is a pipe busting or mutton busting, one is sure to find SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh Counties and Tahlequah front and center and ready to ride! And that ain't no Bull!!!  

SERVPRO Honors Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

1/24/2018 (Permalink)

Community SERVPRO Honors Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees Duel Smith

SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh Counties & Tahlequah will support the Tahlequah Athletics Hall of Fame this weekend at their annual banquet as a participating sponsor.

Having their own member from All-State Championship team on their sales and marketing team is, Sales and Marketing Representative, Duel Smith, a first baseman from the Tiger’s 1996 State Championship team and graduate of THS. the event is in honor of Duel’s former baseball coach, Herb Dallis, with whom he won the state title.

“I am glad to attend this event in honor of Coach Dallis, celebrating his accomplishments, and to congratulate him,” Duel said. “Its nice to share this with my team at SERVPRO.”

A 1960 THS graduate, and two-sport letterman himself, Dallis played on their 1958 state runner-up baseball team. Leading his 1996 team to a state championship, Dallis was an All-State coach selection that same year. His career includes coaching at NCAA Division 1’s, Oral Roberts University as head baseball coach from 1970-1976. Other inductees for 2017 to the Hall of Fame are Carl Scott, Brian Gosnell, Ron Cox, Harvey Chaffin, and John Rahe Jr.

“This is our opportunity to get the community and businesses back on campus to show what we are accomplishing,” Tahlequah Athletic Director Matt Cloud said in a written statement to the Tahlequah Daily Press.

“We are proud to support our in-house team and all of their accomplishments whether past or present,” Operations Manager, Jordan Kelley said. “SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh & Tahlequah is a proud supporter of the successes within our all of our communities.”