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May 21, 2013

Vintage 22 wins Oklahoma Main Street award

Ada —

Three and a half years after Lisa and Dakota Hector opened Vintage 22 wine and dessert bar on Main Street, their work has earned honors from the Oklahoma Main Street program.

Vintage 22 recently won the “Downtown Business of the Year” award from the statewide Main Street program, which helps communities revitalize their business districts.

Lisa said she learned Vintage 22 won the award at  Oklahoma Main Street’s annual state banquet, which took place May 7 at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. She added that she thought the business had a good shot at capturing the award, based on Vintage 22’s track record of community support.

“I just had a good feeling about it,” she said.

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