Reasor's presented 50 complimentary Harlem Globetrotters tickets to the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club of Tulsa on Thursday, January 31st. The Harlem Globetrotters will be trotting into Tulsa's BOK Center on February 8th for their performance.
Harlem Globetrotter player Flight Time Lang made an appearance at Reasor's to sign autographs and take photos with waiting fans.
"The Harlem Globetrotters are known as magicians of basketball," said Jeff Reasor, chairman and CEO. "We wanted to bring some of that magic to these kids by giving them the opportunity to go to the Globetrotters game."
The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club organization serves hundreds of children every year in the Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Sand Springs and Sapulpa areas. The organization provides character development, athletics, homework and tutoring, healthy habits, spiritual development and various other child focused programs.
"We are very thankful for the continued support of the Harlem Globetrotters and Reasor's" said David Litterell, Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club executive director. "Without organizations giving to so many kids throughout the Tulsa area, we would not be able to serve to the capacity that we are able. Thank you for your generous gift to serve so many children in the Tulsa area!"
For 85 tremendous years, the Harlem Globetrotters have thrilled audiences around the world with their fast-paced, high-flying basketball games. The "magicians of basketball" are an exhibition basketball team that combines athleticism, theater and comedy.
Reasor's was founded over 49 years ago in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. It was family owned until 2007, when Reasor's became an employee owned company. Today, Reasor's has 17 locations and two convenience stores. The company employs nearly 3,000 people in Northeastern Oklahoma. Supermarket News ranks the company #34 on its Top 50 Small Chains and Independents in the U.S. for 2011.
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