Crownpoint Gas Station and Hotel Set to Go with the Help of the Dineh Chamber of Commerce!
Good morning Dineh Chamber Members, entrepreneurs and business owners,
You may have wondered what Dineh Chamber has been doing with your membership fees. Here is one major project we have been working on for some time. In today's issue of the Navajo Times and its online edition you will notice the news article "Crownpoint gas station, hotel construction set to start" which is one of the first projects the Dineh Chamber has been working on along with others team members - ERBDO, Churchrock and Crownpoint Chapters, and respective Council delegates.
The Dineh Chamber's contribution to these projects have been the feasibility studies, the business plan and presentation/representation to the lending institutions.
Yes. Project development from start to finish still takes time and we need to reduce this timeline. With your support we can get this done.
Meanwhile, we have to put our best effort forward working with the status quo system. To do this we need the support of every small business owners to join the Dineh Chamber of Commerce. Kindly consider joining the Dineh Chamber and let's others know.
National Science Foundation Funding Opportunity – Tribal Colleges and Universities Program, 18-456
Meet Greet & Network event
The Dineh Chamber of Commerce hosted it's first Meet Greet and Network event at the San Juan College Quality Center for Business on November 19, 2016 with a number of business owners attending.
The events will be hosted each month throughout the Navajo Nation and in surrounding communities to bring together the local Navajo-owned businesses to share and network while learning about the challenges that face small business and the opportunity to expand and grow the Navajo Nation economy.
Please check back regularly for future dates and locations for the next MEET GREET & NETWORK event.
Click here to read an article on our Inaugural Event in the Farmington Daily Times: