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CKP Insurance Looks Back on RES 2022

Earlier this summer, CKP Insurance attended the Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada. This event is hosted by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development and featured tribal leaders, members of Congress, federal agency representatives, state and local officials, and top CEOs on a national level. The theme for this year’s event was “Be the Change” and offered sessions on entrepreneurship, leadership, infrastructure, healthcare, entertainment and so much more. CKP Insurance was proud to play a part in the event as a sponsor. 

The Entrance to RES 2022

In addition to all of the amazing topics that were covered during the event, there was also the American Indian Artisan Market. This allowed Native American artists the opportunity to showcase their work at the largest economic event in Indian Country. Along with the Artisan Market, there were also plenty of networking opportunities such as one-on-one networking and the Buy Native Business Matchmaking Networking which is a unique opportunity that gives small businesses the opportunity to present their company’s goods and/or services to buyers from federal, state, and local governments, as well as Fortune 500 corporations through personalized meetings. 

Renalda Begay, Dakota Lewis, Tamaria Whitehair at the CKP Booth

CKP Insurance prides itself on giving back to the community they serve. CKP provides Pasture, Rangeland, and Forage Insurance to Indian Reservations across the country like the Hopi, Navajo, and San Carlos Indian Tribes, so they were thrilled to be a part of this event. This year’s event saw over 3,000 attendees from all over the country and Canada! 

The Sponsors of RES 2022

About the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development

The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. They have over 50 years under their belt of assisting American Indian Tribes and tribal people with business and economic development, which has made them the largest national Indian-specific business organization in the nation.

Their motto is:

“We Mean Business” as we are actively engaged in helping Tribal Nations and Native business people realize their business goals and are dedicated to putting the whole of Indian Country to work to better the lives of American Indian people- both now and for generations to come.

To learn more about their ongoing initiatives, you can visit their website for more information. 

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You Built It. We Can Help You Protect It.

Pasture, Rangeland, and Forage Insurance was designed to help protect your operation from the risks of forage losses that are produced for grazing or harvested for hay, resulting in increased costs for feed.

Anyone can sell you a policy. But CKP Insurance invests the time to understand your needs and develop a strategy that will help you protect and manage your business risks and operations, rain or shine.

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