Business View Magazine | November 2020

309 BUSINESS VIEW MAGAZINE NOVEMBER 2020 CHI CKASHA , OKLAHOMA by attracting housing and retail, assisting existing businesses to expand, and helping new businesses form. They have forged valuable relationships with many local developers and contractors that are ready to build to suit for lease or purchase. Other incentives include New Market Tax Credit Areas, a Hub zone, Enterprise Zone, Opportunity Zone, and Foreign Trade Zone. One particularly special venue that has put Chickasha on the map is the Grady County Fairgrounds, a Works Progress Administration (WPA) project originally constructed in 1939 that received a complete renovation in 2000. In the twenty years since, the facility and grounds have been transformed into a multi-purpose event center and a highly-popular tourism spot. Uniquely historic, yet fully modern, Grady County Fairgrounds hosts a myriad of events, including rodeos, performance horse shows, dog shows, concerts, roping events, cutting horse and team penning events, livestock shows, local and