Tulsa's 918 Day: What you need to know

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TULSA, Okla. — The City of Tulsa launched its second annual 918 Day celebration on September 18.

The city started 918 Day in 2018 as a part the Resilient Tulsa Strategy -- which calls for "increasing social cohesion by facilitating connections and community-building in all corners of the city."

The theme for the 2019 celebration is "What makes Tulsa, Tulsa?"

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To celebrate 918 Day, the Mayor’s Office of Resilience and Equity held a free, citywide scavenger hunt on September 14 and Mayor G.T. Bynum will be taking his 24-hour Tour of Tulsa on 918 Day.

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Organizations were able to register their community events and businesses can register 918 Day deals and discounts on the Resilient Tulsa webpage here.

Several local discounts were a part of the celebration including the Tulsa Zoo, several local breweries, the BOK Center, and several other restaurants and businesses.

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