Surge Holdings Blockchain Platform and Oklahoma Grocers Association Partner

Surge Holdings, Inc. has announced an agreement with the Oklahoma Grocers Association to actively promote Surge products and services to its 2,000 retail member stores.

Surge Holdings is a technology company that wholly owns subsidiaries in Telecommunications, Fintech and Blockchain Software.

Founded in 1938, Oklahoma Grocers Association (OGA) is a state trade association that represents the food industry of independent grocers, convenience stores, suppliers, and wholesalers throughout Oklahoma.

According to Ron Edgmon, OGA President & CEO, “OGA is extremely pleased to complete this agreement with Surge and officially recommend them as a preferred provider to our members.

“We feel Surge’s innovative products, combined with a responsive team and high level of customer service, will benefit our members, and we look forward to growing this relationship.”

The Oklahoma-based Surge sales and support team will immediately begin setting up branded point of sale materials and training OGA member stores for SurgePays Blockchain Platform (providing top-ups for all prepaid companies) and the SurgePhone discounted wireless service.

On their part, Surge CEO, Brian Cox, said:

“Considering the foot traffic of independently owned supermarkets and convenience stores, these locations will be great points of distribution for not only our existing products, but additionally our Surge Androids, accessories and other upcoming Fintech and physical products launching this year.”

“This is an extremely powerful endorsement of both SurgePhone Wireless and SurgePays Blockchain Software Platform that will not only benefit us in Oklahoma but on a nationwide basis,”

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