Have you ever taken a long road trip, and on your return trip home you had a warm and fuzzy feeling when you crossed state lines and saw the “Welcome to Oklahoma” sign? I recently had this experience after my flight was canceled and I had to rent a car and drive home. The moment I saw the sign, I had the best feeling in the world knowing that I was now back in my home state. If you haven’t traveled out of state in the last few years, you might be surprised to see that our welcome signs all got a new look in 2020.

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