OKLAHOMA CITY – Thousands of Oklahoma City shoppers are ready to fill their shopping carts with fresh, natural and gourmet goods that are the hallmark of Whole Foods Market.
The store opens its first Oklahoma City location on the Classen Curve Wednesday, October 12, at 8 a.m. The store will have live music and cooking demonstrations throughout the day to celebrate its grand opening.
Five percent of the store's first-day sales will benefit the YWCA's Capital Campaign.
Whole Foods Market already has a location in Tulsa.
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