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Regional Business Development Office - Eastern


The Eastern Regional Business Development Office (RBDO) is part of the Small Business Development Department of the Navajo Nation Division of Economic Development. Our Program's intent is to develop and support Navajo entrepreneurs in the Eastern Region of the Navajo Nation. Our overall objective is to promote, initiate, and provide the necessary assistance to develop the Navajo Nation private sector.


The Eastern Regional Business Development Office
serves the following Navajo Nation Chapters:


Alamo (T'iistsoh sikaadi) Chapter
Baca (Kin Ligaai) Chapter
Becenti (Tl'oo'ditsin) Chapter
Baahaali (Breadsprings) Chapter
Casamero Lake (Tseta' to'ak'oli) Chapter
Chichiltah Chapter
Church Rock (Kinlitsoh sinili) Chapter
Crownpoint (T'iis ts'ooz nideeshgiizh) Chapter
Iyanbito (Ayanni bito) Chapter
Lake Valley (Be'ak'id Halgaii) Chapter
Little Water (To alch'idi) Chapter
Manuelito (Kin' hozhoni) Chapter
Mariano Lake Chapter
Nahodishgish (Nahodeeshgiizh) Chapter
Ojo Encino (Tsech'izhi Bito) Chapter
Pinedale (To Beehwiisgani) Chapter
Pueblo Pintado (Nahodeeshgiizh Chi'inili) Chapter
Ramah (Tłoh chiiní) Chapter
Red Rock (Tes lichii) Chapter
Rock Springs (Tsé ch'ízhí) Chapter
Smith Lake (Tsin nabas si'a) Chapter
Standing Rock (Tse' ii' ahi) Chapter
Thoreau Chapter
Tohajiilee and Canoncito Chapters and Surrounding Area
Torreon and Star Lake (Na'neelzhiin) Chapters
Tsayatoh Chapter
White Rock (Tse' ligaii) Chapter
Whitehorse Lake (Liiligaii Bito) Chapter


Location: 211 East Historic 66, Churchrock, New Mexico 87311,
2 miles east of Interstate 40/ Route 66 intersection (mile marker 28)





Our office provides support for Navajo Nation Business Site Leasing, Navajo Nation
Business Loan programs and the Navajo  Business Preference Certification.  We manage
vacant business site leases in our service area. 
Click here to find out what business site we have available.


Our office provides trainings and seminars.  Click here
to find out what trainings we are currently offering.








We also have a conference room available for use for your
business-related function.  Call (505) 905-6400 for more information.






One of our Success Clients


Sandia Oil Company
T'iis Tsoh Mini-Mart
Alamo, New Mexico

T'iis Tsoh Mini-Mart
GRAND OPENING

Tuesday, June 30, 2009
at 9am
General Public is WELCOME

Construction of the T'iis Tsoh Mini-Mart at Alamo, New Mexico began
on August 18, 2008.  The mini-mart is a 6,000 square foot facility consisting of a
small grocery store, gas station, laundromat and post office. 


June 2009










April 2009








October 2008




The mini-mart is a project of the Eastern Regional Business Development Office. 
The tenant is Sandia Oil Company of Albuquerque






Eastern Regional Business Development Office Staff


John Largo, Senior Economic Development SpecialistRaydean Silversmith-Yazzie, Office Specialist


Albert Lee, Program Manager
(505) 905-6405

albertleenm@hotmail.com
John Largo, Senior Economic Development Specialist
(505) 905-6406

largojohn@hotmail.com
Edgar Tohtsoni, Economic Development Specialist
(505) 905-6400

easternbizdev@yahoo.com
Raedean Silversmith-Yazzie, Office Specialist
(505) 905-6400
rayesyazzie@hotmail.com

Address:
 
Eastern RBDO
P.O. Box 250
Church Rock, New Mexico 87311
Phone: (505) 905-6400
Fax: (505) 905-6401
e-mail: easternrbdo@cnetco.com

Our staff will assist you with services designed and tailored to meet your business needs. We will also work in cooperation with your firm to create a productive relationship between you and the Navajo Nation.



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