Oklahoma is the 20th-most extensive and the 28th-most populous of the 50 United States.
The top cities are Oklahoma City (579,999), Tulsa (391,906), Norman (110,925), Broken Arrow (98,850) Lawton (96,867), Edmond (81,405), Moore (55,081), Midwest City (54,371), Enid (49,379) and Stillwater (45,688).
Oklahoma is host to a diverse range of sectors including aviation, energy, transportation equipment, food processing, electronics, and telecommunications. Oklahoma is an important producer of natural gas, aircraft, and food. The state ranks third in the nation for production of natural gas, is the 27th-most agriculturally productive state, and also ranks 5th in production of wheat. In 2010, Oklahoma City-based Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores ranked 18th on the Forbes list of largest private companies, Tulsa-based QuikTrip ranked 37th, and Oklahoma City-based Hobby Lobby ranked 198th in 2010 report.

State Department of Agriculture
Oklahoma Agriculture, Food and Forestry was created to help create and promote agriculture in the State of Oklahoma with sales opportunities in the USA and Beyond.
The Made in Oklahoma Program works with Oklahoma agribusinesses at local, regional and national levels to promote retail, institutional and gourmet sales. Activities include marketing programs targeted to increase consumer awareness about the availability and quality of Oklahoma agriculture products. Promotional methods include cooperative participation at trade shows and media advertising.

Other Related Programs

Made in Oklahoma Coalition: In March 2000, seven Oklahoma food manufacturers began meeting to discuss ways in which they could collectively work together to increase sales of their products. The group embraced the goal of pooling resources to create a substantial marketing campaign. They realized the greater the number of Made In Oklahoma products, the greater the impact, and the greater the impact, the greater the sales. As a result the Made In Oklahoma Coalition was formed.