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ONABEN Supports Shopping with Native Businesses for the Holidays!
*As more Native vendors send us information, we will continue to add to this list until the beginning of January 2014 – thank you to those who are participating!
Owner: Kim Richardson
“I recently started by business Moc70 one year ago, November 2012, in conjunction with Native American Heritage Month.”
Moc70 is an apparel company that specializes in Eastern Woodland inspired custom embroidery and screen printed designs.
Business: TwinCities Makeup Artistry
Owner: Nancy Negrette
“Our specialty is airbrush makeup and hairstyling for photo shoots and weddings. I am located in St Paul Minnesota and do on location services for men and women.”
Business: Kamama Skin Care
Owner: Holly Kirk (Delaware/Cherokee)
“I am a Delaware/Cherokee and the owner, based in Tahlequah, OK. Our products are in the Whole Foods Stores in Tulsa (coming soon to the Oklahoma City store) and The Canebrake Resort in Wagoner, OK.”
Business: Native Kut
Owners: Pah-tu Gallagher-Pitt & Sean Gallagher
“We are a Native owned and operated shop, making tools for all carvers, but specialize in supplying the highest quality possible Pacific Northwest coast carving tools.”
Business: N8V Couture, a Native Inspired Clothing Company
Owner: Andy Sarcia Peltier
“Our mission is to provide culturally and historically relevant Native American Inspired clothing that is stylish and trendy and of the highest quality. Our success will be measured not only in profits and growth but also on how we can impact the Native American Community in a positive way.Right now we are offering a holiday coupon code #DefinitelyNative206 which can be used on our website to save 15% off an entire order.”
Business: Wampum Wear
Owner: Dan Loudfoot-Simonds, M.F.A. (Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation)
“I am a shell carver from the Pequot Tribe.
Business: Yurok Designs and Photography
Owner: Kristi Smith
“I run a small start up businessand encourage folks to check out my Facebook as my work, as well as my story, can be found there.”
Facebook: www.facebook.com/yurokdesignsandphotography (main site)
ONABEN - Our Native American Business Network Announces Renewed Partnership with RedWind and SBA Office of Native American Affairs - Read More HERE
***If you work for a Native economic development organization, CDFI or tribal department and are interested in partnering to have us come out and provide a free entrepreneurial training, please follow this link to take the needs assessment HERE. Thank you for your interest and input!
ONABEN Welcomes Our Newest Team Member,
Lynn Wilson - Read More Here
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