Some 250 Garver employees from across the region recently gathered in Tulsa to participate in Garver Summit 2014, the company’s fourth annual meeting, and the first meeting outside of the Little Rock metropolitan area where Garver is headquartered. Garver opened its first satellite office in Tulsa in 1993 with two employees, and now there are around 60 employees in Oklahoma.
Employees attended a dinner at Tulsa’s Hyatt Regency Hotel where Garver executives discussed where the company has been, where the company is, and where the company is headed.
“The fundamentals of what was critical to our success in Tulsa 20 years ago is still the same, and it has been the same since Neal Garver started this company 95 years ago,” President and CEO Dan Williams told employees. “It’s the values we embrace at our core.”
In addition to attending the dinner and business meetings, Garver employees were welcomed by Oklahoma Sen. Markwayne Mullin at POSTOAK Lodge and Retreat, where they engaged in an outdoor team-building competition across POSTOAK’s 1,000 acres.
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