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Oklahoma business briefcase for Feb. 7, 2020

Second Half Network Forum scheduled

The Second Half Network has scheduled a forum on Feb. 11 for community leaders, non-profit groups and business leaders looking to discuss how to transform Oklahoma City to the best place to live for the Second Half of their lives. The meeting is set for 5 to 7:30 p.m. at Kimray Inc., 52 NW 42 St. in Building 4.

The free event is sponsored by Second Half Network/Second Half Heroes, an Oklahoma-born group designed to change the narrative about the second half of life. Discussion will be had about how to create solutions needed for longer lifespans and desire for legacy.

The event also will included an announcement about the all-new Second Half Expo coming to Oklahoma City in June. A free dinner will be served.

Reservations can be made at secondhalfexpo.com/forum or by calling 405-796-8100.

Love’s Travel Stops opens in Kansas

Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores on Thursday opened a new location in Topeka, Kansas.

Located off U.S. 75, the store adds 50 jobs and 75 truck and 46 car parking spaces to Shawnee County.

“We’re excited to now be serving customers at our 26th location in Kansas,” said Tom Love, founder and executive chairman of Love’s. “We know that there’s a shortage of parking for professional drivers in this corridor, so we’re happy to add to the number of spaces available.”

In honor of the grand opening, Love’s will donate $2,000, split between the Sunflower Soccer Association and the Boys & Girls Club of Topeka, the company said.

Staff reports

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