419 W Will Rogers Blvd
Claremore, OK 74017
(918) 341-2818
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Welcome to Claremore, Oklahoma

Oklahoma’s favorite son Will Rogers said, “I think the time will come when everybody will be made to stop off at Claremore on their way to any place they may be going.”

The members of Claremore Chamber of Commerce welcome you to make that all important stop.  The invitation is always open!

Will Rogers was always on target with his observations. If he were alive today we are sure he would remind us that “Folks make towns, not numbers.” It is the people, the citizens of Claremore, their hospitality, community pride, and dedication to the past and future that will always make “Claremore” a great place!!!

We think Will would continue to agree that Claremore folks and numbers remain impressive. Over the past decade Claremore has continued to experience growth rates that exceed state averages. Claremore and Rogers County both hold the distinction of being among the fastest growing areas in the state. The geographic location of Claremore and the easy accessibility from major highways, turnpikes, airports, rail systems and the proximity to the McClellar-Kerr Arkansas River Navigational System allows Claremore to be the gateway to beautiful northeast Oklahoma and beyond!

Residents enjoy raising their families and working in the hometown atmosphere where the superior quality of life is reflected in our outstanding education, health care, recreation, shopping, civic organizations and in our area churches.

Our business and industry community is second to none. We are known for our diverse, skilled and highly motivated workforce. Claremore area has business owners who are committed to quality service and business professionals who are the best in their respective areas.

Claremore is a destination. In one weekend you can visit museums, attend annual festivals, celebrations, visit antique shops, take in an event at the city’s Expo Center, enjoy area lakes, walk or bike the trails or just enjoy a care-free day at the park.

Entertainers, playwrights, actors, athletes, politicians, business men and women known world wide and even an astronaut are Claremore and Rogers County connected. Those include: Will Rogers, Lynn Riggs, Patti Page, J.M. Davis, Stuart Roosa, Blue Starr, Andy Payne, Helen Walton, Clem McSpadden, Clem Rogers, W.R. Howell,  Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood to name a few.

The area enjoys a mild climate, with an early spring, a warm fall, and a mild winter. The average annual temperature is 57 degrees, with seasonal averages of 34 degrees in winter, 62 degrees in the spring, 81+degrees in the summer and 64 degrees in the fall. The average rainfall is 25 inches, and the average annual snowfall is nine inches.

Claremore really is a wonderful place to work, live and play.  If that sounds like we are bragging, just remember the truth is not bragging…. It’s just the facts!

Claremore Oklahoma…. A place for New Vision and Clear Opportunities.
We Welcome You!


It’s Happening!

Chamber Leadership Scholarship applications are now available!
Applications are due April 16th and are available to Rogers County high school seniors, career tech students, and adults.  Click link for Application: 2014 Scholarship App

April 15th – 4:45 PM – Ribbon Cutting ~ MoreClaremore.com
Learn more by visiting www.moreclaremore.com.

April 17th – 4:45 PM – Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club
Learn more by visiting www.iwpclub.org.

April 24th – 11:45 AM – Chamber Luncheon ~ The Oklahoma Academy Northeast Regional Forum Guest speaker is Julie Knutson, President & CEO of The Oklahoma Academy. This luncheon is at Rogers State University’s Centennial Center and is sponsored by RSU Innovation Center.  RSVP no later than April 21st by calling (918) 341-2818 or emailing chamber@claremore.org.

May 3rd – 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM – Sip, Savor & Shop: The Taste of Claremore Venture to downtown Claremore for food tastings and shopping!  Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 on the day of the event.  Get your tickets at participating downtown merchants or Claremore Main Street beginning April 1stTickets are LIMITED! Check out www.downtownclaremore.org for details, and join our Facebook event invite here.



Member News

Project Safe Graduation is accepting donations towards the 19th annual Grad Bash for Claremore High School!
This project promotes a safe and fun post-graduation party for CHS grads.  Send your tax deductible donation to CHS Graduation Celebration – PO Box 2133, Claremore, OK 74018.

Driven Digital is hiring a Marketing Administrative Assistant!
Job details and an application are available at www.drivendigital.us.

Rogers County Election Board is having a county-wide voter registration drive!
Call (918) 341-2965 or visit www.rogerscountyelectionboad.org to register or find out if your information is current.  Register before May 30th to vote in June 24th primary election!

REI Women’s Business Center is accepting reservations for Dallas Market Center bus trip on May 5th and 6th!
Women business owners can learn more by calling (800) 658-2823 and asking for WBC.

March 28th – 30thClaremore Kennel Club Dog Show
This show is located at Claremore Expo Center. Visit www.claremorekennelclub.com to learn more.

Now through the end of AprilSpring Clean Claremore
Have your business featured on MoreClaremore.com by freshening up your area!  Learn more by calling (918) 857-1263 or emailing info@moreclaremore.com

April 5th – 6:00 PM – She Brews Coffee House Family Auction
This live and silent auction is located at John Smith Gymnasium (corner of 5th & Weenonah) in Claremore.  Proceeds will benefit She Brews Coffee House’s ministry.  Learn more by calling Mary at (918) 260-3196 or visit www.shebrewscoffeehouse.org.

April 10th – 4:00 PM & 7:00 PM – Retro Movie Night
B&B Theatres – Claremore Cinema 8
hosts a showing of High Noon (starring Gary Cooper) for just $5!  Proceeds will benefit J.M Davis Arms & Historical Museum.  Call the museum at (918) 341-5707 for more information.

April 12th – 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM – Spring Plant Sale
This sale by Master Gardeners Association of Rogers County includes trees, annuals, perennials, vegetables, and herbs and is located at Rogers County Building (416 S. Brady).

April 10th through 12th & April 17th through 19th – 7:07 PM – RSU Theatre presents: Speech & Debate
To learn more about this dark comedy performed at Rogers State University’s Will Rogers Auditorium, contact the box office at (918) 343-6882 or visit www.rsu.edu.

April 11th – 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM – Pampered Chef Party for Safenet Services
Shop Pampered Chef for yourself or for Safenet’s kitchen.  Items can be purchased through April 26th.  Learn more by calling (918) 341-1424 or visiting www.safenetservices.org.

April 12th – 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM – Spring Plant Sale
This sale by Master Gardeners Association of Rogers County includes trees, annuals, perennials, vegetables, and herbs and is located at Rogers County Building (416 S. Brady).

April 15th – 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM – Claremore Senior Day
Located at Claremore Expo Center, this event is for senior citizens who are 55 years and older.  Stop by for free lunch, Bingo, and door prizes.  For questions, call Kim Timmerman at (918) 625-7647.

April 16th – 11:00 AM – The Optimum Life Continuing Education Series
Join Brookdale Senior Living Solutions at Northeast Technology Center‘s Claremore campus to learn how to manage COPD to avoid hospitalization.  Free lunch is served, so please call (918) 633-2982 to make reservations or learn more by April 14th.

April 25th & 26th – 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM – Woolly Weekend
Heart of the Shepherd at Shepherd’s Cross
is hosting this “sheep to shawl” festival for all ages wanting to learn about sheep farming.  Children’s activities include weaving, games, wool projects, and a coloring contest.  Learn more by visiting www.shepherdscross.com or call (918) 342-5911.

April 25th & 26thSmall Business Boot Camp
REI Women’s Business Center
is presenting this two-day workshop in Oklahoma City for anyone needing to learn the ins and outs of running a small business. Call (405) 319-8190 for more information.

April 26th – 11:00 AM – Community Clean Up Day
Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club
invites you to join them at Boys & Girls Club of Chelsea to clean up the community.  Call Debra West at (918) 760-0813 to get involved.

April 26th & May 3rd – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM – Rogers County Literacy Council Tutor Training
Join Rogers County Literacy Council at Oologah High School if you’re interested in tutoring American Basic English or English as a Learned Language.  Learn more by calling (918) 277-4331 or emailing reader@rocoread.org.


April 26th – 11:00 AM – Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
Join together with Safenet Services to help women and children surviving domestic violence and sexual assault.  The 4th annual walk is located at Claremore’s Gazebo Park, and registration begins at 10:00 AM.  Bring your pet for to the walk, too, as part of Paws for a Cause.  Learn more at www.safenetservices.org or call (918) 341-1424.

April 27th – 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM – Renovation Celebration
Venture out to Brookdale Senior Living’s Sterling House to check out their renovated facilities.  RSVP to Stephani Freeman by calling (918) 633-2982 or emailing sfreeman4@brookdaleliving.com.

April 30thComprehensive QuickBooks
REI Women’s Business Center
is providing classes in Idabel, Noble, or Okmulgee for anyone interested in a bookkeeping system.  Call 1 (800) 658-2823 for more information.

third Saturday of every month – 2:00 PM – Lawn Mower Racing
Learn more about these races at Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs by calling (918) 283-8800 or visiting www.cherokeecasino.com.

Rogers County Blue Star Mothers are collecting canned soups/chili/anything that can be warmed for troops.
Call Wanda at (918) 343-2675.

Free live concerts at Dog Iron Saloon at Will Rogers Downs!
Visit www.cherokeecasino.com for more information.


Upcoming events at Mr. Ed’s Auction!
Visit www.mredsauction.com to learn more.


Every Tuesday – 12:00 PM – Business Builders Referral Group Meeting
Contact Jim Guess at (918) 637-3530 for information.

Rogers County Blue Star Mothers are collecting canned soups/chili/anything that can be warmed for troops.
Call Wanda at (918) 343-2675.


Claremore is a happening place!  All dates, times, and performances are subject to change.  Please call each entity for event information. Members, let us know what is happening at your place of business!  Call (918) 341-2818 or email chamber@claremore.org at least two weeks in advance of your event.