Economic Impact

The Chickasaw Nation's significant contributions to the Oklahoma economy have resulted in billions of dollars to the state and over 10,000 jobs — improving the quality of life for everyone.

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Economic Impact: Economic Research and Policy Institute

Brett Joplin, Account Payable Manager, Department of Treasury, Chickasaw Nation
The Chickasaw Nation is a positive force in the communities where it does business.

The Chickasaw Nation: Partners in Oklahoma's Economy

The Chickasaw Nation
The Chickasaw Nation employs more than 10,000 people and its total economic impact is $2.4 billion dollars in the state of Oklahoma.

Positioned Well for Growth

Bill Lance, Secretary of Commerce
The Oklahoma economy is poised for growth. Bill Lance, Secretary of Commerce, says Oklahomans should feel positive about the future.

Community Sponsorships

Bill Lance, Secretary of Commerce
The Chickasaw Nation is proud to sponsor local enterprises like the Oklahoma City Thunder and the University of Oklahoma.

The Chickasaw Nation Creating Jobs

Tim Elliott
Tim Elliott, Principal at Redland Childers Architects, explains how the Chickasaw Nation provides economic development through job creation.

Foundation for Economic Growth

Bill Lance, Secretary of Commerce
Bill Lance explains that the sustained economic growth of the Chickasaw Nation rests on the continuity of tribal leadership and strategic planning.

Economic Impact: Oklahoma Horse Industry

Experience the Chickasaw Nation
Remington Park Racing Casino is one source of economic opportunity for the state of Oklahoma.

Chickasaw Nation Economic Impact: 2011 Research Findings

The Chickasaw Nation
The Nation's contributions benefit every citizen of Oklahoma.

Steady Course to Success

Bill Lance, Secretary of Commerce, Chickasaw Nation
In a changing marketplace, the key to future success is in applying core values of the tribe while looking for new opportunities.

Beneficial Partnerships

Bill Lance, Secretary of Commerce
Bill Lance, Secretary of Commerce, says the Chickasaw Nation has enjoyed favorable partnerships with state and local communities.

Dr. Judy Goforth Parker: Chickasaw Nation Making History

Meet Our People – The Enduring Spirit of the Chickasaw Nation
Dr. Judy Goforth Parker describes the ways that the Chickasaw Nation is making history.

Competitive Gaming Market

Bill Lance, Secretary of Commerce
The gaming market is uniquely competitive, and the Chickasaw Nation is always looking for ways to improve its facilities.

Global Gaming

Bill Lance, Secretary of Commerce, Chickasaw Nation
The Chickasaw Nation's plans for diversification include expanding its gaming markets.

Investing in Our Infrastructure

T.W. Shannon, Former Speaker, Oklahoma House of Representatives
T.W. Shannon argues that investing in our transportation infrastructure is simply good government.

Developing Tourism

Bill Lance, Secretary of Commerce, Chickasaw Nation
Murray County, Oklahoma, is embracing new cultural tourism businesses.

Drawing from Each Other's Strengths

Tina Cooper
The histories and interests of Oklahoma and of the Chickasaw people are irrevocably intertwined.

Remington Park Enhancements

Bill Lance, Secretary of Commerce, Chickasaw Nation
Remington Park continues to improve with Chickasaw Nation's investment in its facility and operations.

Opportunity Highway: Interstate 35

Bill Lance, Secretary of Commerce, Chickasaw Nation
The Chickasaw Nation has capitalized upon the opportunities provided by a major interstate highway stretching through its borders.

International Interest in Tribes

Lisa Billy
Lisa Billy describes the tribal stories and traditions people love to hear – and sees a bright future for Oklahoma tourism.

Setting a High Standard, Giving Back

Lisa Billy
Lisa Billy expresses her appreciation for those who have become pioneering leaders in their respective fields.