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Cherokee Nation is the largest tribal government in the United States with more than 330,000 citizens. To maintain self-reliance and economic stability, Cherokee Nation strives to create meaningful jobs and develop a vibrant hub of industry and commerce in Oklahoma.

With more than 350,000 citizens, Cherokee Nation is the largest tribal government in the United States. To maintain self-reliance and economic stability, Cherokee Nation strives to create meaningful jobs and develop a vibrant hub of industry and commerce in Oklahoma.

Cherokee Nation and its businesses make an annual economic impact in northeast Oklahoma of $2.03 billion. Sixty-three percent of this money is invested in Cherokee businesses for creating jobs in high growth, high potential industries, training and educating Cherokee Nation citizens to fill jobs and promote self-sufficiency.

Thirty-seven percent is invested in Cherokee programs and services including education, housing and health. Cherokee people share the vision to achieve and maintain an enriching, cultural identity, economic self-reliance and a strong tribal government. With the help of its business portfolio, the Cherokee Nation is enriching lives, families and Oklahoma communities.