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OKLAHOMA CITY-When natural disasters strike, many people and organizations have the instant urge to help. In the case of the recent tornado, CBRE Oklahoma officials felt compelled to act and use their commercial real estate industry leverage to assist with relief efforts. Tom O’Brien CBRE Oklahoma president emailed staff with the CBRE arm, “encouraging everyone to get involved, donate space if necessary to help Oklahomans,” Michelle Anderson, CPMvice president Asset Services said, adding that the next morning, Lori Bryant CBRE Oklahoma president Asset Services set the wheels in motion.

Anderson further described how CBRE Oklahoma came together for the community:

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