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Successful Business Developers on the Navajo Nation

Four Corners Power Plant, (APS)
"With an average career span of 25 years, Four Corners employees offer skills, experience and innovative solutions that propel our company and people to greater success. Navajo employees represent 73% of the workforce and are involved in all phases of plant operations. We believe our employees are the single most important element of our success.”

Marshall Plummer, Manager, Governmental Affairs/Human Resources
Arizona Public Service Co.
Four Corners Power Plant

Fort Defiance Operations

"Our Navajo workforce has low absenteeism, low turnover and a solid work ethic. Our employees want to work. We believe others interested in coming to the Navajo Nation will have a similar, positive experience with Navajo employees.”

David G. Ryan, Vice President and General Manager
Fort Defiance Operations
Ducommun Technologies, Inc.

Tooh Dineh Industries
"We are proud that we have been able to attract talented Navajo professionals back to the reservation. The technical skills and dedication of our work force have allowed us to do business with such Fortune 500 companies as Hewlett-Packard, Motorola, Apple Computer and General Motors and to produce products meeting the highest quality standards. As a result, Tooh Dineh Industries has become the largest electronics manufacturing firm in northern Arizona.”

Jon Colvin, President-CEO
Dineh Cooperatives
Vice President-Treasurer
Tooh Dineh Industries

Gallup Camper Sales Manufacturing, Inc.
"The cooperative relationship between the Navajo Nation and our business has enabled us to expand our production, increase our revenue and establish a solid base for our long term goals. Gallup Camper Sales highly recommends prospective businesses to aggressively pursue participation and economic development within the Navajo Nation.”

John P. Pollock, Owner
Gallup Camper Sales Manufacturing, Inc.






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