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Tulsa’s original paint store still thriving

by The 100 Companies

In 1962, on the corner of East 3rd Street and South Wheeling Avenue, a paint store opened in Tulsa. Fifty-six years later, Anchor Paint, known as “Tulsa’s paint store,” has expanded and is making anywhere from 600,000-800,000 gallons of paint annually for residential, commercial and industrial clients across the nation.

Despite this growth, it still has the traditional values of a mom and pop shop: quality, service and value. From manually pouring the paint to testing it multiple times, Anchor Paint excels at meeting customer needs and expectations.

Read more about Anchor Paint’s history and growth.

Nicona Lane, Jones PR

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