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At this year’s Connect 2016 American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Arizona Conference, celebrated the 20th Anniversary of the American Indian Chamber which included the annual business awards program.
The conference showcased American Indian entrepreneurs and business owners with a special morning panel session right after the opening session, giving the panelist an opportunity to talk about their experiences in starting their business and staying in business. The session was moderated by Kim Kanuho with Fourth World Design Group.
The second morning panel focused on procurement opportunities for small businesses. Valerie Churchwell, Outreach Manager for the City of Phoenix Aviation Department, Patti Pyle, Manager of the Supplier Diversity Program for SRP, and Jesús Borboa, Supplier Diversity Program Manager for APS were on the panel to discuss how to small businesses can become vendors with their programs.
April 2, 2013
To Whom It May Concern:
Quail Run Building Materials, Inc. is the Southwest’s premier manufacturer of cold formed framing products. The Phoenix-based company has been in business 27 years manufacturing a full line of light gauge steel studs, joists, and accessories used for commercial and residential construction.
On January 29, 2013, the Ak-Chin Indian Community invested in Quail Run Building Materials, Inc, making the company Native American majority-owned.
For more information on Quail Run Building Materials, Inc. visit http://www.qrbm.com
For more information on the Ak-Chin Indian Community visit http://www.ak-chin.nsn.us
Native American Majority Owned
Quail Run Building Materials, Inc., the Southwest’s leading provider of commercial steel framing, is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
Over these 30 years of business, Quail Run’s commitment to customer service has remained its highest priority and the company has managed to maintain a level of innovation and quality for all the professionals and craftsmen dealing with it.
Now serving eleven states, the company has never stopped investing in its ability to fulfill its customers' needs and has continually expanded. Equipment has been modernized, capacity increased, and key staff added to develop and improve its quality programs to become compliant with the SSMA, and SFSSA building code compliance programs simultaneously. The sales force was recently strengthened significantly with the addition of a Native American Research and Development staff, as well as an experienced regional sales manager.