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Main Street Guymon Names New Director
03/26/2009
 

Main Street Guymon has a new director. Jeff Wagner was named the new director of the Main Street Guymon Program in February. Jeff has hit the ground running , he has already traveled to the Capitol and met with officials from Oklahoma.

Jeff has lived in Guymon for the last 14 years and is married to Paula. They have two children, Kali, 8 and Nathan, 3.

Prior to accepting this position, Wagner was the Cattle Manager for CRI Feeders. Wagner stated "The first thing I would like to do as the Director of MSG would be strive to meet the goals of Main Street Guymon, there are specific goals for Main Street, number one would be promoting business for downtown," said Wagner. "We want to develop new relationships in the community as well as continue the ones that we already have. Wagner travelled to the Capitol on Tuesday to meet with legislatures to speak at "Main Street Day at the Capitol.".

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