Framing project for Sequoyah State Park

Framing project for Sequoyah State Park

OKLAHOMA CITY– The team at Wyman Frame saw their finished work on display during a recent airing of Discover Oklahoma.

Among other areas highlighted, the show featured renovations at the Lodge at Sequoyah State Park near Fort Gibson Lake.  From the Lodge itself, to the 104 renovated guest rooms and 44 cottages, Wyman Frame made and assembled 294 custom picture frames from 20″ X 30″ to 46″ X 80″ seen throughout the video.

 

 

The large order, which used more than 5,000 feet of molding, provided more job opportunities for people with disabilities.

Wyman Frame is State Approved and provides high quality framing products and services for both retail and wholesale customers.

Wyman Frame has been in business since 1996, but Dale Rogers Training Center (DRTC) became the new owners in 2010.  The venture furthers the nonprofit’s entrepreneurial goal by providing jobs for people with disabilities.

Wyman Frame employees work on project for Sequoyah State Park

Wyman Frame employees work on project for Sequoyah State Park

Dale Rogers Training Center (DRTC) is the oldest and largest community vocational training and employment center for people with disabilities in Oklahoma. With multiple locations in Oklahoma, DRTC trains or employs more than 1,100 people with disabilities per year. For more information about DRTC, go to our website, http://drtc.org.