TULSA - Officials announced Monday the next tenant of "The One Place" in downtown Tulsa.
The building is going to be a mixed-use property for businesses.
On Monday, Check 6 Incorporated, an operational efficiency and safety training company headquartered in Jenks, announced they're moving in.
"Being a part of the downtown renaissance in Tulsa, coupled up with our social culture within our company as well, it only made sense that we be officed right here across from the BOK Center," said Brian Brurud, founder of Check 6. "We could kill a couple of birds with one stone."
Ink Magazine ranks the Jenks business as the 100th fastest growing company in America.
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