Sunny Creek Trading Post enters Pioneer Tech Business IncubatorFebruary 8, 2024 | Featured|Headlines
PONCA CITY — Sunny Creek Trading Post, a local new business has entered the Pioneer Tech Business Incubator.
Spearheaded by entrepreneur Elizabeth Threlkeld, Sunny Creek Trading Post introduces a subscription-based produce delivery/pick-up service catering to Kay County and the surrounding areas.
This unique venture brings together a consortium of local farmers to procure seasonal, locally-sourced vegetables, fruits, and other regionally crafted goods. By leveraging community partnerships, Sunny Creek Trading Post promises flavorful boxes of farm-fresh produce, all conveniently delivered or available for pick-up.
As a testament to their commitment to community engagement, Sunny Creek Trading Post actively sponsors Pop-Up events, fostering connections between producers and consumers while supporting local initiatives.
“We are thrilled to be part of the vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem fostered by the Pioneer Tech Business Incubator,” said Elizabeth Threlkeld, owner, and operator of Sunny Creek Trading Post. “Our mission is to provide access to high-quality, locally-sourced goods and produce while championing the growth of local farmers and artisans.”
The Pioneer Tech Business Incubator, a Certified Business Incubator facility, offers an ideal environment for fledgling businesses to thrive. Equipped with comprehensive support services, including business plan preparation, operational guidance, pre-employment testing, and marketing assistance, the incubator facilitates the growth and development of start-up ventures across various industries.
“We are excited to welcome Sunny Creek Trading Post to our incubator community,” said Janet Schwabe, Innovation and Incubator Manager. “Their innovative approach to food distribution aligns perfectly with our mission to support and nurture emerging businesses.”
For more information about Pioneer Tech and its programs, visit www.pioneertech.edu or call 762-8336.