One of the reasons why we love coworking is because of how many different types of spaces there are! Today we’ve got a video tour of 36 Degrees North, a coworking space in Tulsa, Oklahoma!

36 Degrees North – Coworking in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Besides being my birthplace, Tulsa, Oklahoma has been a town in renaissance for the past few years. I returned for the first time since I was 6 months old in March 2016. It’s hard to believe it’s been so long that my live tour was first published on Periscope! 😱

For a look into the space, check out this tour with former Executive Director, Dustin Curzon. Over four years, Dustin lead the charge in opening and managing the space, as well as overseeing an expansion due to its overwhelming success.

I really enjoyed the week we spent here during the Results Junkies Tech Tour. The space has such a great design aesthetic, really engaged community, great events and AWESOME BBQ! The meeting rooms, event space and internet is top notch, too. If you’re looking for a coworking space in Tulsa, Oklahoma this is the one to check out!

Get Paid $10k to Move to Tulsa

Home to a lot of great startups, small businesses and innovators, the community at 36 Degrees North has inspired a lot of great programs to promote Tulsa. One of them being Tulsa Remote, offering $10,000 to remote workers willing to move to Oklahoma’s second-largest city for a year or more. Applicants must either be self-employed or work full-time for a business located outside of Tulsa County. Grant recipients will be given $2500 upfront to cover relocation fees. After that, they’ll receive $500 per month, plus $1500 at the end of the year. For those looking to relocate from more expensive cities, it’s a great opportunity!

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Ha, I grew up in Tulsa, but haven’t been back there in 20+ years. The TulsaRemote relocation offer looks pretty sweet, imagine there would be a fair amount of folks interested in that. On the related topic of traveling on points, there are two Hilton properties in Tulsa (Hilton Garden Inn Tulsa South, and Hampton Inn & Suites Tulsa South-Bixby) that require only 10,000 points per night. So 40,000 points would get four nights plus an extra 5th night on award redemptions plus free breakfasts. That would be a cheap way to stay in Tulsa for a few weeks. 🙂

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