This week’s Member Spotlight is on Keeling Laser Imaging, owned and operated by Ronnie and Brandon Keeling. The business was established in 2013 to provide rural Oklahoma with access to professional, computerized, laser imaging services.

Keeling Laser can engrave on powder-coat stainless steel, guns, crystal, glass, wood, acrylic, plastics, and plexiglass. In addition to the over 5,000 stainless-steel cups they have worked on, they have also done custom-Christmas ornaments, engraved knives as gifts, etched glassware, and many other products for large events. A popular item in rural Oklahoma has been the business of lasering guns for law enforcement and individual collections. Local, state, and national businesses have utilized Keeling Laser Imaging services to provide retirement gifts and promotional items.

“We chose Johnston County as our residence for this service, as our family has lived in Johnston County since before the Depression. Establishing the business in rural Oklahoma provides us with small town benefits with big city success,” said Keeling.

Keeling Laser gives back to the community, supporting such organizations and charities as the JCCC, Johnston County Livestock Association, American Legion Post 164, Washita Memorial Post 4869/VFW, Johnston County Reaching Out, county FFA chapters, law enforcement agencies, and booster clubs.

Looking forward, the business owners plan to purchase a fiber laser. This machine will do everything their current machine does, but will provide more detailed engraving on various metals, as well as wood. The Johnston County Chamber is a return customer of Keeling Laser and has purchased products like the Red, White & Boom and Christmas Parade Travelling Trophies, banquet wine glasses, name tags, and more. We highly recommend this business!

Keeling Laser Imaging is located at 6721 E. Chickasaw Road in Milburn, Oklahoma and can be reached at bkeeling521@gmail.com or 580-920-3656.

Read next week for a Spotlight on Russell Millwork & Truss!

– Jordyn Frazier, Executive Director, JCCC

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