Prestigious global leadership position within the publishing and printing industry…very proud of my wife! She even picked the perfect spot to build Mountain Vista cabin in Beavers Bend State Park!
January 30, 2017
For Immediate Release
Sherri J. Isbell has been elected to be the next President-Elect of the In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association. Isbell will become only the second woman to lead the organization during its 54 years of existence.
“Being part of an organization like IPMA and then asked to be its leader is a great honor. Over the years, I have had the opportunity to meet many wonderful people from a variety of industries all working toward the same goal of empowering in-plants. Now I have the opportunity to move IPMA forward.” Isbell said.
Isbell is a member of the Senior Management team at the University of Oklahoma. Her tenure at the institution exceeds 25 years. She is responsible for the direction of customer service, specialty printing, mailing, marketing and supervises a large staff at multiple locations.
As an IPMA member for many years, Isbell has attended numerous conferences, served on several committees and held leadership positions at the national and local level. Currently, she is the Member Representative on the IPMA Board of Directors and the Vice President of the Oklahoma City Chapter. She was presented with the Outstanding Contributor Award for service to the association in 2013. Isbell is a founding member of the Franklin Stamp and Ink Society and is a Certified Printing Service Specialist conferred by the Society of Service Professionals in Printing.
A graduate of the University of Oklahoma, she has made the customer service, sales, mailing and marketing efforts at Printing, Mailing and Documents Services one of the best in the country. The University of Oklahoma has been ranked as the largest University In-Plant over a dozen times and is the most award winning printer in the country with over 250 accolades.
Isbell resides in Norman, OK with her husband Jerry and their show dog, Kula. When not working, she enjoys handling Kula in the show ring and has completed his AKC Grand Championship.
Beavers Bend Spring Break cabins.
We’re currently have availability March 1-10 and are booked on the 11th-18th. Peak reservation season is nearly here. At times we’ll book 15-20 nights per day beginning at the end of January.
If you’re considering visiting Beavers Bend State Park in Broken Bow, OK during spring break, download our app.
The Beavers Bend app will give you essential tourist information. We list everything from restaurants to fishing guides. Our app fans also enjoy VIP offers to Mountain Vista luxury cabin.
Remember to do your homework before choosing a luxury cabin in Broken Bow, OK. Website pictures are often deceiving and don’t indicate how secluded your cabin will be. Always ask for pics of the entire property before making your reservation.
Pay close attention to add-on charges when researching cabins in Broken Bow. Many management companies mimic hotels across the country by adding resort fees. This is an extra charge for nothing…it simply pads their pockets.
Other gouging techniques include incidental, insurance, cleaning, and hot tub charges. We never bill our guests these needless fees at Mountain Vista.
Seek references when considering Beavers Bend spring break cabins. Ours are fantastic! Holidays are highly popular at luxury cabins in Broken Bow. Scores are unable to vacation in our area because they wait too late to book a cabin. Don’t wait too late to make your plans.
I visited with our favorite fishing guide, Bryce Archey of BrokenBowLakeGuide.com. He tells me bookings for the spring spawning season are going swimmingly. Bryce is the most popular guide in Broken Bow. I already have a few dates booked with him this year!
There are a plethora of great cabins in Broken Bow. We have a tremendous advantage over many due to our fantastic 20-mile view and acres of seclusion. Make your plans to visit Mountain Vista soon and remember…we never charge add-on fees!
Beavers Bend State Park and Broken Bow Lake Corporate Retreats.
Beavers Bend corporate retreats have become increasingly popular in Broken Bow, OK.
Scores of luxury cabins and beautiful scenery will give a chance to refocus and recharge. We’ve had many corporate retreat visitors at Mountain Vista luxury cabin and can help plan your activities.
Peter Muir, President of Bizucate, is my long-time friend and a corporate training expert. He feels it’s imperative for organizations to get away from the office and learn in different environments.
“Ferris Bueller said it best, ‘Life moves pretty fast if you don’t stop and look around…once in awhile you could miss it.’ Taking time to turnoff your technology, the Internet, phone and even your brain from the usual tasks can enable creativity.”
Imagine zip lining through the Kiamichi Forest or racing across Broken Bow Lake in a bass boat with a tremendous fishing guide. Your employee retention and performance will be enhanced after training and team-building exercises.
I’ve been around hundreds of corporate trainers during my career…$20,000/hour, $20/hour presenters and everything in between. None hold a candle to Peter Muir.
I’ve been fortunate to spend time with him throughout the United States on numerous occasions. Muir has the global reputation of delivering the perfect educational trifecta during presentations. He’s a technology expert while also being creative and entertaining. A rare feat for corporate trainers.
“Get out! When is the last time you broke the cadence of what goes on in your organization so you can renew, rethink, regenerate and innovate? Three of the many benefits of a retreat are turning off, collaboration and renewal,” Muir said.
We can help plan your Beavers Bend corporate retreat and our app showcases the endless activities near Broken Bow, OK. If you need multiple cabins in conjunction with Mountain Vista, we can offer recommendations.
Located three-hours from Dallas, the Broken Bow, OK region draws two million annual visitors.
“An organizational retreat can be the opportunity we didn’t know we needed to power our next innovation.” -Peter Muir
What will be your innovation in 2017? Break away from the same old routine, get creative, get out of the office and enhance your business.
A luxury cabin and Beavers Bend corporate retreat could be your catalyst to success in 2017.
Jerry Isbell, @BeaversBend