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About The Sayre Chamber of Commerce
The Sayre Chamber of Commerce is located in Sayre, Oklahoma. Sayre is in western Oklahoma on Old Route 66 between Oklahoma City and Amarillo and holds the county seat for Beckham County.  The Sayre Chamber is a non-profit organization that serves as the leader in promoting economic growth and improved quality of community life through its many programs. The Chamber sponsors & organizes many events to benefit the community and to increase tourism each year. The Chamber is governed by a Board of Directors elected from its members. 
The Board of Directors
meets each month.
Any Chamber Member is welcome to attend.  Please RSVP by calling
580-928-3386 or email to 
Our Vision
  To foster a community of businesses,  government agencies, & residents to serve as stewards of positive growth while maintaining the unique culture and traditions of Sayre.
An organization is only successful if it has a plan of action to make its vision a reality! Please click below to read our plan. 
2018 Board of Directors
Our Members
Our members and volunteers play an integral role in the Chamber.  Each member's investment goes towards sponsoring community programs and promotions, conducting seminars and workshops for local businesses, promoting local growth and investment, and so much more! The Sayre Chamber of Commerce refers any inquiries to our Chamber members first, publishes and distributes member directories and information, and coordinates multiple Chamber committees for the promotion of Sayre. The Chamber also sponsors scholarships to area seniors to promote higher education. 
Contact us at 580-928-3386 for more information 
We need you! Join today!
Left to Right: Amy Brinkley, Katie Tignor-Rice, Melva Dunlap, Suzanne Hylton, Ginger Reese, Sonya Blagg, Mireya Cotts, Stefan Valdez
Not Pictured: Carl Billey, Gary Manning


Sonya Blagg has served on the Board of Directors since 2015. She was elected as the President of the Sayre Chamber of Commerce in 2016. Sonya owns Blagg Design in Sayre, Oklahoma. She studied Journalism at West Texas A&M University and is a Sayre Schools graduate.


Amy Brinkley has served on the Board of Directors since 2016. She was elected Web Page Manager in 2018, as well as the Alumni Committee Chairman for 2018. Amy is the Office Manager at The Beckham County Record in Sayre, Oklahoma and owner of Amy Brinkley Photography. She studied at Southwestern Oklahoma State University and is a 1993 Sayre School Graduate.


Mireya Cotts has served on the Board of Directors since 2015 and became the President of the Chamber in 2018. She works at Cotts Electric in Sayre, Oklahoma. She studied Social Work at Southwestern Oklahoma State University and is a Sayre Schools graduate.

Carl Billey has served on the Board of Directors since 2016. He is the General Manager at Whinery Funeral Services and a firefighter at the Sayre Fire Department in Sayre, Oklahoma. He is a Reydon Schools graduate.

Ginger Reese has served on the Board of Directors since 2017. Ginger was elected as the Vice President in 2018. She is the Postmaster at the US Postal Service in Sayre, Oklahoma. Ginger has worked in the postal service for over 30 years. She is the President of Sayre Kiwanis and serves on the board of Legislation for United Postmasters and Managers of America as Vice President. She is an Altus Schools graduate.



Katie Tignor-Rice joined the Board of Directors in 2018. Katie works at Arrowhead Resources, Inc., in Sayre. She
graduated from Sayre Schools, as well as SWOSU with bachelors in Health Science and Marketing.

After retiring from 28 years in the Florist business in Elk City and moving to Sayre, Suzanne has been devoting her time to the Rivers Edge Arts Society, more specifically the Gallery@112, where she serves as volunteer director and art teacher. Her husband is Sayre City Manager Guy Hylton and they have three children and four grandchildren