This isn’t like any fundraiser you’ve attended before
We’ll be featuring the latest sweet treats from local shops, bakeries and restaurants while attendees dance to the next generation of red dirt music. This year we are combining two big events into one big night. The Greater Oklahoma Chapter of Credit Unions’ April meeting will be held in conjunction with Sugar & Spurs.
Who: Oklahoma Employees Credit Union
What: 6th Annual Sugar and Spurs
When: Thursday, April 20th
Time: 4:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Where: Our Capitol Branch, 3001 N Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73105
In 2016, Sugar & Spurs raised over $32,000 and Oklahoma City area credit unions raised $206,976 in support of Oklahoma's kids.
Support Sugar & Spurs by purchasing tickets
Reserve your tickets now to attend Sugar & Spurs. To reserve tickets, please contact us with your information. Individual tickets are $25 each.
If you would like to pay by cash or check, payments can be made prior to or on the night of the event. If you choose to pay the night of the event, your tickets will be held at will call.
If you would like to pay by credit card, payment will have to be made on the night of the event. Your tickets will be held at will call.
NOTE: Please make checks payable to Oklahoma Employees Credit Union.
Support Sugar & Spurs by becoming a sponsor
Are you interested in becoming a 2017 Sponsor for Sugar & Spurs? Sponosorship levels are listed below. Please fill out the corresponding form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact you to further assist you in your sponsorship or donation. To make a cash donation or purchase tickets, please contact us with your information.
|Sheriff – $1,500 includes 8 tickets to the event
||Donate a "Sugar"
|Wrangler – $1,000 includes 6 tickets to the event
||Donate an Auction Item
|Ranch Hand – $500 includes 4 tickets to the event
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