The success of the downtown historic district affects the business economy throughout our city. We support the ongoing effort to preserve, restore and revitalize downtown Claremore. Most importantly, because of our generous district partners and community supporters, we are able to offer you…

• Architecture and design assistance

Due to Main Street’s relationship with the Oklahoma Main Street Center, we are able to offer those in our district free architecture and design assistance from the state architect. There’s a 6-8 week turn-around period. Fill out the Design Assistance Request and return to the Main Street Director.
Open to anyone in the Main Street Boundaries.

• Marketing and promotional assistance

Main Street can also offer marketing and promotional assistance through the Main Street office and through a partnership with Northeast Tech’s small business development team. Further, we often have lower-cost advertising opportunities offered exclusively to our downtown businesses.
Open to anyone in the Main Street Boundaries, however, some advertising opportunities are exclusively for partners.

• Educational and training opportunities

Main Street hosts educational and training opportunities to help small businesses grow or to learn about changes to downtown Claremore. We partner with the Oklahoma Main Street Center, the Oklahoma State Historic Preservation Office, Northeast Tech and others to host these.
Open to anyone in the Main Street Boundaries with exclusive opportunities just for partners.

• Improvement grants

Claremore Main Street current offers $1,000 matching facade grants to provide a financial incentive for property owners to improve the exterior of their buildings while retaining the historic character of the district. Some eligible improvements include masonry repair, window/door repair/replacement, awnings, lighting and signage, some exterior painting, replacement of architectural details and removal of non-historic materials. Applications are due at the end of each quarter. For more information, download the application.
Open to anyone in the Main Street Boundaries.

• Publicity for downtown

One of our roles at Claremore Main Street is to showcase the wonderful things going on in the core of our community. Each mention in the newspaper or on local TV news (50 or so times annually), each social media post and each event we host shines more light on downtown Claremore. This translated to more “feet on the streets” and increased sales tax revenue. Between 2013-2016, sales tax revenue in downtown Claremore increased by 60 percent!
Open to anyone in the Main Street Boundaries.

• Increased property values

Since 2002, improvements made in downtown Claremore have increased property values in downtown, in surrounding districts and throughout the community. Property values are continuingg to rise! Main Street also helps coordinate downtown art displays and volunteers regularly clean up the district to enhance the visual appeal.
Open to all Claremore property owners.

 • Website and social media presence

All downtown retail and dining establishments have a presence on our website within one month of opening, including a photo, description, hours, contact information and social media accounts. Partners can also include individual business events on the Main Street Calendar page. The Main Street social media accounts promote downtown on a whole regularly.
Open to anyone in the Main Street Boundaries with the calendar perk exclusively for partners.

Coordinated promotional activities

Whether it’s hosting a bimonthly Cash Mob, coordinating a promotional/retail event or sponsoring a co-op advertisement or vendor rentals, Claremore Main Street helps partners increase their promotions to get more people walking through their doors.
Majority of the activities are exclusively for partners.

• E-newsletters

The Main Street Messenger, which goes out to more than 700 inboxes 25-50 times a year, includes business features, events and downtown promotions.
Open to anyone in Rogers County or interested in downtown Claremore.

• Retail and other events that improve the quality of life in Claremore

Main Street hosts and co-hosts several events each year that bring the community to downtown Claremore and results in ringing cash registers.
Open to anyone in the Main Street Boundaries with exclusive opportunities just for partners.

 

 

 

Thank you to our 2017 Business Partners!

Patti Page Partners

AG Murray Jr. Attorney | Animal Medical Center | Centsible Spending | Edward Jones | Eggberts | The Haberdashery | Mad Dog’s Emporium | Ne-Mar Shopping Center | Outwest Home Decor | R.C. Liebl | Rejoice Christian Supply | Rhapsody Boutique & Spa | Rogers County Historical Society | Rogers County Development | Rosenstein, Fist & Ringold | Safenet Services/Second Impressions | Vintique Charm & Boutique | Waterfront Frame & Art

J.M. Davis Partners

Bike-About Bicycles | Claremore Chamber of Commerce | Claremore Museum of History |  Columba Collaborative | Community Home Health | Community Resource Professionals | The Cozy Cottage | Dale & Carolyn Peterson | District on Main | First Baptist Church | Kirkpatrick Scales Inc. | MMS-Payne Funeral Home & Cremation Service | Sailor Antiques & Collectibles | Shear Delight | Stimson Brother’s Construction | The Streeter Company | Taylor, Foster, Mallett, Downs, Ramsey & Russell | Thrift Harbor

Lynn Riggs Partners

Boomarang Diner | Claremore Daily Progress | Green Family Investment Properties | Tulsa Pier Drilling

Stuart Roosa Partners

Claremore Chiropractic | Melton Sales | MoreClaremore.com | Three-Twenty on Main

Will Rogers Partners

City of Claremore | Claremore Industrial and Economic Development Authority | Kevin Fortna, CPA | RCB Bank