|Tulsa Convention Center Shuttles|
||The Tulsa Expo Center, also known as the Quik Trip Center from 2007 to 2012, is the main part of the Tulsa State Fair. It is a clear span building, meaning there are no support columns. In fact, the Tulsa Expo Center is one of the largest such buildings in the world. The roof is suspended via cables.|
Visit the world famous QuikTrip Center and experience a great exposition or convention by booking one of our shared ride vans for the trip. Private Vans are available for pickups and drop offs. Book one today and take a group trip to the enthralling and unique Tulsa Raceway Park, always fun for car lovers.
Reserve a Private Sedan for high-quality comfort and accessibility. See Tulsa as you’ve never seen it before and see a great historic concert show at the Brady Theater. Find out where the coolest places in Tulsa are by booking one of our many Local Personal Drivers. You can ask what you’d like to see pertaining to your interests and get exclusive tips.
Book a Private SUV and take you r friends out to one of the many historical & heritage tours including the Tulsa Spirit Tour, or Haunted Pub Crawl. Need a quick lift or pickup to one of Tulsa’s many shopping exhibitions including the Woodland Hills Mall. Get one of our taxis and spend the day shopping.
Show up to your beautiful Mohawk Park for what the locals call, ‘picnic heaven’ by booking one of our stretch limousines for the ride. Have a large group of people and don’t know how to get around town? Reserve a bus and have an outing the exquisite Oral Roberts University for a nice walk and unique architecture.
About the Cox Business Center
The Tulsa Expo Center has 448,400 square feet on two levels. The spaces are connected via stairs as well as side ramps to allow for maximum flexibility in configuring the space. The primary use of this space is for trade shows and exhibitions. The entire lower level is column free, allowing for 354,000 square feet of space that is not encumbered with columns or any other supports.
The Expo center has a public announcement system that can be used to facilitate communication in the center. The center’s wide space and solid construction makes it an ideal venue for car shows, boat shows and other events that require the use of large spaces that can accommodate heavy items such as vehicles.
Additionally, the Tulsa Expo Center is an ideal venue for crafts and arts shows, and is used for that purpose during the annual Tulsa State Fair. There is enough space for any number of display or exhibition booths to be used.
The most distinguishing feature of the Tulsa Expo Center is the Golden Driller, a 76 foot tall, 43,000 pound sculpture of an oil worker that reflects both Tulsa’s position in the oil community and the site’s initial name, the International Petroleum Building.
Tulsa has an astonishing number of sports teams and programs. Perhaps the most strongly represented sport in Tulsa is roller derby, as the city has four separate roller derby teams, operating in different leagues. Tulsa is also home to four soccer teams, including two men’s teams. The Tulsa Roughnecks play in the USL and the Tulsa Athletics play in the NPSL. Indoor soccer and women’s soccer rounds out the soccer teams. They also host rugby and ECHL hockey in Tulsa. Football is represented by a Gridiron Development Football League team, the Oklahoma Thunder.