Date(s) - July 20, 2016
11:30 am-1:00 pm
Devon Tower, 50th Floor
$50 for nonmembers
$35 for members
No monetary investment for virtual luncheons
Jim Antosh, President of Round House Workwear, is our speaker for July. His talk is titled “Made in America – the Round House Workwear Story,” and will contain amusing and colorful incidents of Round House’s history.
About Jim Antosh
Jim Antosh was born in Shawnee, Oklahoma, in 1954. Unbeknownst to him at the time, he shared the newborn hospital nursery with his future wife.
Graduating from Oklahoma State University in 1977, Jim was selected Outstanding Engineering Graduate. He then obtained an MBA from OSU in 1978.
Jim married his high school sweetheart, Nancy, in 1978. They have three adult sons, David, Robert and Peter. Jim has his commercial and instrument pilot license, and flies a helicopter on sales calls.
Jim is an Adult Sunday School teacher at the Immanuel Baptist Church. His hobbies include flying, cycling, shooting, history, politics, swimming, and travel.
Round House Workwear is Oklahoma’s oldest manufacturer. Started in 1903 to supply workwear to the huge railroad industry of Shawnee and the surrounding aria, it has always been locally owned by different families.
Now Round House sells overalls and jeans to every state. They also have a growing export business to Japan and to 20 other countries. All their clothing is made in Oklahoma.