Here are Some Owasso Success Stories.

Several successful businesses have already chosen Owasso, Oklahoma. We invite you to join them:

  • Bailey Hospital receives Ardent Cup Honors
    As the highest honor an Ardent facility or business unit can achieve, the Ardent Cup recognizes outstanding overall performance and an uncompromising commitment to excellence. With this win, Bailey Medical Center now has five Ardent Cup wins.
  • Ruby Triplett - Chief Nursing Officer of the Year.
    As CNO of Bailey Medical Center, Ruby is a consistent contributor to her facility’s success and a tireless champion for patients and employees alike. With her leadership, Bailey not only performs well across a number of clinical indicators, but also scores highly in the areas of service and engagement.
  • $5 million aquatics center to be built in Owasso
    A local swim club is planning to erect a roughly $5 million, 18,000-square-foot aquatic center here. Trident Aquatics will build a two-pool facility that will be home to Waves Swim Academy, for youth through adults, and to Trident Aquatics, a USA Swimming-sanctioned competitive team. It will be located at 10001 N. 127th East Ave., on three acres just east of the St. John Medical Campus.
  • Milo's Tea Company secures land for proposed plant in Owasso
    An Alabama-based beverage company plans to break ground in early May on a new plant on unincorporated Tulsa County land in Owasso, a company spokeswoman said. Milo’s Tea Co. Inc. bought a tract from 7611 Investment Company LLC for $1.95 million Friday, land documents show.
  • Veteran leads growing tech company in Owasso
    Americom Technologies in Owasso, formed in mid-2016 as an electrical and telecommunications contractor, is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business.
  • St. John Owasso has been named one of the nation’s top 100 hospitals for Patient Satisfaction by IBM Watson Health
    This is the third year St. John Owasso has received the prestigious honor. The hospital was measured against 3,156 short-term, acute-care, non-federal U.S. hospitals as part of the Small Community Hospital category.

Contact the Owasso Economic Development team at 918-272 2141 or email us at to hear how your business can join this list of Owasso success stories.

The 2.2-million-square-foot Macy’s Fulfillment Center building in Owasso is the largest mega center in the Macy’s network.


"The strategic plan has been a rewarding exercise in celebrating the vision, the process, and the efforts that built Owasso to this point, and extended opportunities for members in our community to connect, collaborate, and commit to shape our future."
Michael Gordon, External Affairs Manager American Electric Power/PSO

"NSP has benefited tremendously through Workforce Owasso from receiving a wealth of knowledge, assistance and support through partner referrals, incentive programs, and training and development in improving our current workforce challenges, while keeping in mind our future workforce needs for our continued business success."
Julie Brugger, Director of Human Resources NSP Proteins

"The City of Owasso has been a pleasure to work with. Their willingness to help in every way made the difference in us ultimately deciding to build our project. I would encourage anyone who is considering a commercial project to 1, look at doing it in Owasso, and 2, make an effort to contact the city and start building a relationship with them during the planning phase."
Tommy Coulter, Chief Executive Officer, Coulter Glass