Tribal Business Journal Salutes Leadership in Indian Country

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The May issue of Tribal Business Journal features Florida's S.R. Tommie

The Tribal Business Journal was created to celebrate and assist the economic renaissance happening throughout Indian Country...

The third issue of the spectacularly well-received Tribal Business Journal has been published. The magazine, which describes itself as “The 21st Century Voice for Business Investment and Profitable Economic Development Opportunities in Indian Country” features Native American Tribal and business leaders and Native American enterprise. May’s issue features Seminole Tribe of Florida tribal citizen S.R. Tommie, owner of Redline Media Group.

“Tommie was a perfect choice to feature this month,” said Sandy Lechner, Publisher. “The Tribal Business Journal was created to celebrate and assist the economic renaissance happening throughout Indian Country and with Native American associated partnerships. In my Publisher’s Letter this month I talked about successful tribal and business leadership, and Tommie has been both!”

S.R. Tommie spent nearly 26 years in the Seminole Tribe of Florida’s tribal government and founded her own business, Redline Media Group, 13 years ago. “I saw a need to assist tribes in general with high quality creative advertising services. See the need, fill the need!” she said. “Now, all these years later, I am incredibly pleased to see continued business growth. So many diverse companies have chosen to partner with us for their marketing efforts, and our success has happened together with them!”

Today her company has provided creative advertising services to blue-chip clients such as Hard Rock, HBO, Staples Center, Madison Square Garden, Kia, Harley-Davidson, and Nike. “Redline has Client Partners all over the country, and indeed, the world,” commented Lechner, “and like the Tribal Business Journal, we are both making a global impact from right here in South Florida!”

Tribal Business Journal is published by Tribal Media Holdings, and was created by a partnership between South Florida’s Lifestyle Media Group and LDF Development Group, a wholly owned entity of the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Tribe.

“Tribal Business Journal endorses S.R. Tommie’s ‘See the need, fill the need!’” said Levi Rickert, member of Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation and Editor in Chief of the Tribal Business Journal. “Let’s see it become contagious all throughout Indian Country!”

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