About Pryor Creek
A city of 9,000, Pryor Creek is the hub and county seat of of Mayes County, Oklahoma. The town boasts the largest industrial park in the state, MidAmerica Industrial Park, which provides some 4,500 jobs for rural residents in northeast Oklahoma, and is also home to one of the largest Google data centers in the world.
Located in the “Heart of Green Country,” the area has an abundance of lakes, parks, and waterfalls provide opportunities for anyone who enjoys nature walks, fishing, or water sports with more than 2,500 miles of lakeshore nearby. And downtown Pryor has blocks of unique, locally owned shops and boutiques as well as the Allred Theatre, a restored 1916 vaudeville movie house.
MidAmerica Industrial Park, one of the nation’s largest industrial parks, with its 9,000 acres home to more than 80 companies, is owned and operated by a self-sustaining public trust with the sole mission of increasing area employment by bringing new businesses to the region. MidAmerica will collaborate with key local organizations, including the Pryor Area Chamber of Commerce, the Cherokee Nation, Rogers State University, Pryor Public Schools, area employers, and other community organizations to create an environment and establish the infrastructure designed to support digital jobs in the Pryor Creek community and the surrounding area.
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