2. Yelp gives a voice to small, hard-working businesses, and we have benefited greatly from having this platform available in Tulsa. Why do you think Yelp is so important for our community?
Golly, I could gush over the Yelp Tulsa community for a long time. There are so many different ways to use Yelp. Yelpers can gush about everything on the site – from spas, dog groomers, restaurants, rad events like Tulsa Tough & Oktoberfest to their apartment complexes. And of course, business owners can join the conversation through their free business tools over at biz.yelp.com.
Having this platform is so important for Yelpers and businesses alike. Going into a city and being able to pull up the app and know what the locals know in an instant makes life so much more fun wherever you are! Everyone should also check out yelp.com/elite. This community of solid active Yelpers get access to exclusive events to learn more about businesses in the city they love! Check out this turbo-rad event...
Yelp Tulsa also nominated The First Ward to rep at Yelp HQ in San Francisco last fall for being a bad-ass biz at Yelp’s Coast to Coast Summit and Jessica Bond made Tulsa look 5-star sexy.
3. You have a front-row seat to what's new in Tulsa. What trends have you noticed and what do you think is here to stay?
I’m totally not just saying this because I’m talking to you guys… but mad hot sauce in Tulsa’s bag kind of swag style thanks to YOU GUYSSS! The First Ward keeps me out of my mom jeans (or tells me when to put them on). Also, Yelpers are into all of the ways Tulsa is making workouts fun and more of an experience! From glow ride cycle classes to rooftop and aerial yoga to trampoline parks – Yelpers are getting fit!
4. Your husband Colin is also a client of ours, and you two have one of our favorite love stories. Can you remind us how you met?
I am head over heels and all the heart eye emojis freaking in-love with Colin Morgan. Obviously, I’m pretty openly awkward so bear with me on this one…
Open scene: Sarah: Hi Colin! Nice to meat you. Oh, you’re playing Wii bowling? That’s cool. I
(accidentally) broke my mom’s 5 pound dog’s jaw once when I was playing that.
Open scene: (Sarah is making mixed tapes with a mutual friend/roommate of Colin’s – Mark. Another roommate is banging on Colin’s door to come out – Brian.)
Mark: (When Colin comes out looking dapper) Uhhhh… I gotta go. But you two stay here and talk. (Colin sits by an unshowered, probably stinky Sarah.)
Colin starts getting to know Sarah.
Sarah thinks to herself “Erm… Is this guy hitting on me?! No way. He’s way outta mah league.”
Open scene: Sarah & Colin start hanging out/making out. After first small kiss, Sarah leaves little hershey’s kisses on his car with a note “Your kisses are really sweet.” (Guuuuuuu I KNOW!!!)
Sarah slips Colin the tongue in the next kiss. Sarah then leaves one of those big hershey kisses on his car.
Colin doesn’t get it. The big kisses cease as Colin doesn’t think (still to this day) Sarah slipped him the tongue. Sarah is mortified (is she that bad of a kisser?!). Now when any kisses come about she gives a quick peck on the lips then turns away. Colin begins to think she’s over him.