Destination Oklahoma is a division of factor 110, the region’s leader in event and destination management. Destination Oklahoma revolutionized Oklahoma’s tourism, meeting, convention industry by launching the state’s first and only destination management company (DMC) in 2007. Since then, the company has emerged as an international award-winning event and destination management company. In 2017, Destination Oklahoma expanded its operations to include daily tours and excursions. Each day we showcase our city and state to the world. Guests experience Oklahoma by visiting local museums, memorials, and landmarks combined with historic narrative from one of our fascinating tour guides. factor 110 | Destination Oklahoma is the only Accredited Destination Management Company (ADMC) in Oklahoma.
Manager, Destination Oklahoma
Tyler Woods is an award-winning arts director, professional actor, and nonprofit organizer. An Oklahoma native, Woods has a passion for the advancement of arts and culture in our state. As an actor, director, or producer, he has seen the production of more than 80 stage plays, a dozen film and television appearances, and countless exhibitions, fundraisers, and showcases dedicated to the support and furtherance of the arts. He is a proud member of the Screen Actors Guild, the American Federation of Radio & Television Artists, and Actors Equity Association. As an educator, he has served as a Teaching Artist for the Town Hall Foundation, creating arts programs for Inner City Schools in Manhattan, NYC, and as a Teaching Artist for the American Shakespeare Center in Staunton, VA.
Woods is a proud recipient of the 2015 Oklahoma Governor’s Arts Award for Community Service, and is the co-founder of Reduxion Theatre Company, having served as Executive Artistic Director from 2006–2016.He is thrilled to be joining the team at Destination Oklahoma to re-imagine tourism in our state!
President, factor 110 | Destination Oklahoma
Brian is the owner of factor 110, Destination Oklahoma, 110 events, and Scissortail Gifts. In 2003, Brian moved to Oklahoma to launch his career in event and destination management. In 2011, Ferrell was named one of The Journal Record’s Achievers Under 40 and factor 110 was named the fifth fastest growing company in Oklahoma City in 2011, sixth in 2012, and 20th in 2013. In February 2013, Ferrell was named one of The Journal Record’s “Oklahoma’s Most Admired CEOs.” factor 110 | 110 events was named OKCbiz magazine’s “Best Event Rental Company” In 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017.
Ferrell received the 2015 JoAnne O’Connor President’s Award and the company has garnered four international Achievement Awards in Best Corporate Social Responsibility Program, Best Team Building Program, and Best Creative Event from the Association of Destination Management Executives International (ADMEI). Ferrell has earned the Certified Meeting Professional (CMP), the Destination Management Certified Professional Designation (DMCP), and Certified Tourism Ambassador (CTA) designations. Ferrell serves as the 2017 president for the Association of Destination Management Executives International.