Business Times of Edmond, Oklahoma March 2020 - Page 3
ED M O N D, O K L AHO MA
VOL. 12 | NO. 3
MANAGER Lance Moler
EDITOR Mark Codner
STEPHENSON PARK RENOVATIONS:
TENNIS TO GO, ROCKETSHIP TO STAY
Stephenson Park is slated to receive a $3
million renovation in 2020, bringing it up-
to-date as a “modern urban park,” said Craig
Dishman, director of the Edmond Parks and
Recreation Department. “It’s really kind of
a downtown urban park feel that we’re trying to
create,” Dishman said.
EXPERIENCE THE TASTES AND TREATS
OF THE EDMOND RAILYARD
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Chris Anderson and his business partner Casey
Massegee with the Grant Group, had been successful
with several Edmond ventures. So when the
opportunity arose to purchase a former lumberyard
building at 23 West 1st Street, they jumped at it.
The result is the Edmond Railyard, which includes
six restaurants, a bar serving wine, craft cocktails,
craft beer, as well as a cigar room upstairs, and two
office spaces that house an oil and gas company, and
a human resources firm.
THE EDMOND SUN PRINT SHOP
SHINES ON DOWNTOWN
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Printing is a process that has been around for a
long time, and with it has come improvements in
technology, quality and color capabilities.
As a result, companies like The Edmond Sun, which
has its own printing plant with large-format press,
has become a beacon for smaller publications to
turn to for printing help.
LOCAL ARTISTS PUTTING THEIR MARK
ON DOWNTOWN EDMOND AT
Randy Randerson and Joshua Ross have different
styles but they bring them together under one roof
in downtown Edmond to create beautiful pieces
of art. As the co-owners of Thunderdome Tattoo
on Broadway, Randerson and Ross bring more
than 30 years of tattooing experience to create the
aforementioned artwork — one tattoo at a time.
MARCH 2020 | The Business Times