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November 1, 2012

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In Grayson's opinion, Chickasha will experience a big boom in the next five years, and he is excited for what may come.

"We think the Chickasha area is just going to grow and expand, especially with all the stuff going on down here," Grayson said. 

"Businesses are coming here and something is happening. Something is drawing these companies to Chickasha. So I think the real winners are going to be the people of Chickasha, because they are the ones getting more options. They're the ones that are going to have these bigger job opportunities as well."

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