A study commissioned by the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber said the city should replace its existing 38-year-old Cox Convention Center with a new facility that would cost between $250 million and $400 million.

The study said the Cox Center’s exhibit space is the smallest of more than a dozen competing cities, including Tulsa, Fort Worth, and Austin. The city is also hurt by a lack of a headquarters convention hotel, the report noted.

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