About Us


The Mission of  the Wynnewood Chamber of Commerce is to provide leadership that  supports the existing local business community while promoting favorable  economic growth.

Our Vision is to work together  as a community of businesses and residents whose goal is to serve as  the stewards of positive future growth while maintaining the great  traditions and personality unique to Wynnewood.

Please  consider becoming a member of the Chamber of Commerce.  Here's a list  of opportunities members have who partner with the Chamber:

  • Formal recognition as a member of the WWCOC throughout the
  • Membership identification for display in your
  • Referrals by the Chamber.
  • Listing on
    the Chamber website.
  • Marketing and social media networking
    opportunities throughout the year.
  • Promotion of your business's
    events and specials.
  • Opportunities to sponsor local events
    throughout the year.  


The history of Wynnewood Oklahoma

In 1874 a small settlement existed in Indian Territory (modern day  Oklahoma) where the stage coach line crossed the Washita River; this  settlement was known as Cherokee Crossing, or Cherokee Town.  When the  railroad planned to come through about 4 miles south, a merchant there,  John Walner, moved his family and store by ox team to a location on the  railroad.

In 1886, this new community was named "Walner", but in  1887, it was renamed "Wynnewood" by the railroad  men, after their  hometown in Pennsylvania.

5 Fun Fact about Wynnewood!

  1. Choctaw is the only five civilized tribe that doesn't have a street named after it.
  2.  Residents used to be able to park in the middle of the street downtown.
  3.  The Streets Robert S. Kerr and Dean A McGee used to be Main and Commercial before being renamed.
  4. The swimming Pool used to be located where the City Compound is now beside the Wynnewood City Park.
  5.  At one time Wynnewood had two movie theaters.


Contact Us

Drop us a line!

Wynnewood Chamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 616 Wynnewood, Oklahoma 73098, United States

President Dederic Siler