Junior Achievement announces plans for a new Tulsa office
Tuesday, February 5th 2002, 12:00 am
By: News On 6
Junior Achievement of Greater Tulsa is building more than just a future for Tulsa area students.
Tuesday, the organization announced plans to build a $4-million headquarters. The 16-thousand square foot building will also be home to a program called 'Exchange City.' Junior Achievement teaches young people about America's economic system. Tulsa School superintendent, Dr David Sawyer, "It's a wonderful experience for youngsters and to have it in our elementary schools, has without a question made a difference in the lives of many many youngsters."
The new JA headquarters will go up at Highway 169 and 41st street.