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January 15, 2021 | Deadline to Apply

Are you interested in becoming a host site for the live stream of the Oklahoma Governor's Prayer Breakfast? Review the application instructions and then fill out the application below!

*Restrictions may apply.

Application Fee:

  • Private Residence for individuals and families: $35 (plus online transaction fee)

  • Under 50 participants: $500 with $100 refundable deposit

  • Over 50 participants: $800 with $100 refundable deposit

In the event the prayer breakfast is postponed there will be an entirely virtual event. Those who register to attend each host site will have access to the virtual event live stream and all host site registration benefits will be honored at the rescheduled date for the full prayer breakfast.

Host Site Application Instructions in thePDF viewer.

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Privacy Agreement:

No recording/screenshot may be created of the simulcast. The Simulcast Host is responsible for informing all guests that they can not make a recording and ensuring that they follow that request.

 

The OKGPB will provide the live simulcast link to approved host sites. The Simulcast Host agrees not to share the live simulcast link.

Non-Politicization Agreement:

At no point before, during, or after the event will the host site organizers engage in political advocacy, lobbying activity, or partisanship. The Oklahoma Governor's Prayer Breakfast invites all Oklahomans to pray for the elected leadership of the state, the convening legislative session, and for all in Oklahoma to thrive in an environment that is non-political, non-lobbying, and non-partisan.

Privacy and Non-Politicization Agreements

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