Station8 fires up brands across America from our historic fire station home.

We're honored to work where so many dedicated firefighters served before.

Elevating noble causes since 1996.

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Leading the world in clean air solutions for a better tomorrow

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Transforming dentistry to improve oral health globally

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Connecting worlds and bringing our patriots home

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Driving opportunity in overlooked Middle America


Fighting opioid addiction through research and treatment

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Fostering belonging with a more neighborly banking experience

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Advancing American energy independence

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Building community with people-first architecture and design

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Empowering healing and getting people moving again

Station8 in 1925

City of Tulsa’s Fire Station No. 8 begins serving the Cherry Street neighborhood, just blocks from historic Route 66. The Station was Tulsa’s last to stable horses.

Founders of Station8

Station8 co-founders David Clark and Laura Crouch begin working together as a graphic design/writing team.

Station8 decommissioned

The City of Tulsa decommissions Fire Station No. 8.

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Station8 co-founder Laura Crouch starts Writing Services, Inc.

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Station8 co-founder David Clark starts David Clark Design.

Station8 proposal

David Clark and Tulsa architect, James Boswell, present a proposal to the City of Tulsa for the purchase and adaptive reuse of Fire Station No. 8.

Are you ready to fire up your brand?