FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Laurie Hendrickson, Marketing Manager
11134 S. Memorial Dr. Lhendrickson@olp.net
All-You-Can-Eat Chili – Proceeds Benefit the Bixby Outreach Center!
Bixby, OK – October 12, 2016 – The first company in Oklahoma to offer residential gigabit Internet
is continuing their commitment to provide community leadership and participation by hosting their
16th annual Chili Cook-Off on Friday, November 4, from 11:30-1. The event will be held on the East
side of their parking lot at 11134 S. Memorial Dr.
The event is open to the public and all of the proceeds will go to the Bixby Outreach Center. For
a $7 donation anyone can come and enjoy all-you-can-eat chili, toppings, dessert and a drink.
Local businesses and BTC Broadband employees donate the chili for the contest and the public is
invited to come and enjoy the good food and fun. “It’s a great way to raise money for a very
worthy local cause, while fostering good community spirit among businesses and the public” said
Laurie Hendrickson, BTC Broadband Marketing Manager. “We look forward to this event each year and
are proud to support the area any way we can.”
Unbiased local chili enthusiasts will judge all of the chili entries so bragging rights are at
stake! Plus, there is a People’s Choice Award so anyone who eats can also vote for their favorite chili!
If you are a local business interested in entering your chili in this year’s contest, please
contact Laurie Hendrickson at email@example.com.
In business for over 100 years, BTC Broadband is a cutting-edge broadband fiber-based
communications company, offering high-speed Internet and local/LD telephone services in Bixby,
Oklahoma. They provide business telecommunication services, including carrier class high speed
internet, long distance, data networking and business phone systems throughout NE Oklahoma.
Interested parties may contact BTC Broadband at (918) 366-8000 for information on all their products
and services. BTC Broadband is located at 11134 S. Memorial, Bixby, OK 74008.
Watch the corporate video that tells the story of BTC Broadband’s 100+ year history on YouTube: