CBristow, Okla. - Consolidated Turbine Specialists, a Bristow-based company that repairs and overhauls turbine engines, is celebrating is expansion and new location at the Bristow Airport with a special open house event. On Friday, June 9, CTS is hosting an open house for customers, employees and the community at their 16,000 square-foot facility located 250 feet from the runway at Jones Memorial Airport in Bristow, Oklahoma. The morning events include tours of the facility and a special presentation that includes Keynote Speaker Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb and State Representative Kyle Hilbert. This is followed by a luncheon at the Bristow Golf Club and an afternoon of golf and skeet shooting.
Consolidated Turbine Specialists Open House
Date: Friday, June 9
Time: 9:00 a.m. Tours and refreshments
10:00 a.m. Presentation
Introduction – Danny Hickman, CTS
Johnny “Bump” Grant, CTS President & Co-Founder
Lt. Governor Todd Lamb
State Representative Kyle Hilbert-R, District 29
10:30 a.m. Tours continue
11:30 a.m. Lunch at Bristow Golf Club
1:30 p.m. Golf and Skeet Shooting events
Place: Consolidated Turbine Specialists, 24323 S. 385th West Avenue, Bristow
CTS will provide transportation to and from the Bristow Golf Club
CTS is celebrating its recent expansion and the growth of aviation in the region. The company was founded in 2012 by Company President Johnny “Bump” Grant and COO Rich Kasabula, and has grown by more than 30% each year. Grant says the open house is designed to say thank you to the many people who helped them get where they are today.
“We want to say thank you to so many people. Without all of them – our customers, our dedicated employees and the community leaders, we wouldn’t be here. That’s the main focus of our open house celebration. We have a highly-skilled, dedicated team of employees. It takes all of us working together in a great working environment to provide the best customer service and what we feel are the quickest turn times in the industry,” said Johnny “Bump” Grant, CTS President.
Aviation is a solid industry in Northeastern Oklahoma and Grant says in Bristow the outlook continues to be strong and is expected to keep growing. In addition to CTS’ new facility, the airport is also expanding with a new runway opening in 2018. That expansion is expected to increase opportunities for businesses in the region and enhance overall safety at the airport.
For more information or to set up an interview, video or photo shoot, contact Diane White, Diane@DianeWhitePr.com or by calling 918-770-3905.
About Consolidated Turbine Specialists
Consolidated Turbine Specialists is an independent business that powers general aviation aircraft and helicopters with the world’s most reliable turboprop and turboshaft engines in their class; the Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A, PT6T and PW100. Their technicians are factory trained, FAA licensed, and together, have more than 210 years of experience. CTS repairs and overhauls turbine engines everywhere you take off and land.