Tulsa Corner Store Builds Neighborhood Community
April 20, 2010 in News
NewsOn6.com, April 20, 2010. This article describes the Blue Jackalope, a newly opened corner store in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The owner was motivated to open the store because the area had not had a neighborhood grocery in decades. He is trying to introduce customers to healthier options than are found in a typical corner store, including fresh produce and healthy recipes. The article also mentions Oklahoma House Bill 3015, which will provides low interest loans to people who want to open neighborhood grocery stores in under-served areas. The law goes into effect November 2010.