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December 26, 2013

Chickasaw Nation cuts ribbon on retreat and conference center

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Sulphur —

The gourmet restaurant seats up to 75 guests and has a buffet area, private dining room and a separate lounge. Banquet catering service is also available.

From standard rooms to executive suites, the Chickasaw Retreat offers an array of accommodations. All 43 rooms are equipped with modern conveniences as well as luxurious accommodations.

The retreat and conference center is conveniently located near other Chickasaw Country destinations in the area such as Chickasaw National Recreation Area, Chickasaw Cultural Center, Bedré Fine Chocolate, Turner Falls Park and the Artesian Hotel, Casino and Spa. Retreat guests can easily explore scenic sites and iconic attractions around the area during their stay.

The Chickasaw Retreat and Conference Center is located at 4205 Goddard Youth Camp Road, Sulphur, Okla.  For more information or to book group reservations at the Chickasaw Retreat and Conference Center, phone 580-993-2327 or toll free at 1-855-899-8260. To book corporate accommodations, contact 1-800-622-6317. Visit http://chickasawcountry.com/explore/view/chickasaw-retreat-conferencecenter for more information.

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