Cherokee Nation Businesses announced today it is welcoming back guests to its 10 casino properties throughout northeast Oklahoma. The company’s phased approach to reopening began this week and will continue throughout next week.
Cherokee Nation Businesses is rolling out a rebrand of its diversified businesses. Today, CNB announced a new name, logos, website and social media accounts with a shared aim of better representing the tribe’s professional service companies for their award-winning work alongside federal partners throughout the world.
Cherokee Nation Businesses and its team of dedicated employee volunteers continue to ramp up support for local citizens and charitable organizations. The tribally owned company is partnering again with the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma.
Cherokee Nation Businesses and its employees are continuing an annual tradition of making Christmas dreams come true for thousands of children in northeast Oklahoma by supporting the Cherokee Nation Angel Project.
Employee volunteers from Cherokee Nation Businesses and Cherokee Nation Entertainment are continuing the company’s tradition of supporting local students and teachers by donating and delivering much-needed school supplies to classrooms.
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. announced Wednesday that he is calling upon the Cherokee Nation Businesses board of directors to follow the tribe’s lead and implement a wage increase for employees working for the business arm of the tribe.
Cherokee Nation Businesses and Legends, a leader in global planning, sales and hospitality, today announced details of its proposal to build a world-class, first-of-its-kind resort destination in Pope County – Legends Resort & Casino Arkansas.