Grand Casino Hotel & Resort
FireLake Entertainment Center
Firelake Golf Course
Firelake Bowling Center
Firelake Ball Fields
Grand Event Center
Citizen Potawatomi Gift Shop
Firelake Fry Bread Taco
Flame Brazilian Steakhouse
Grandstand Sports Grille
Iron Horse Industrial Park
Iron Horse is a general-use industrial park located on the national rail line network in the center of the United States. This industrial park consists of a 400-acre plot of Native American trust land owned by the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, located 35 minutes east of Oklahoma City.
The well-planned layout of the park provides tenants with direct access to both the rail and the U.S. highway system, and our Native American trust land status and location in the center of the U.S. means savings on money and time.
Get your yard in tip-top shape by purchasing affordable, locally grown sod TODAY! The CPN Sod Farm, conveniently located near Shawnee, provides high-quality landscaping products and friendly customer service. Located at Interstate 40 and Highway 102, north of Grand Casino Hotel & Resort.
The CPN Batch Plant offers rock, sand and concrete to interested individuals. Delivery or pickup is available to fit your transportation needs. Tax breaks are also available for farmers and vets. (Farm tax ID for the property or veterans ID required.)
Banking & Finance
First National Bank
First National Bank & Trust Co. is the largest tribally-owned national bank in the United States and has branches in Shawnee, Holdenville, Granite, Mangum, and Lawton. With a capital structure of $2.5 million, the bank opened its doors on Oct. 29, 1984, and Citizen Potawatomi Nation purchased it in February 1989. Since its founding, FNB has grown steadily through sound financial management practices and by investing time, energy, and resources in the communities we serve.
Citizen Potawatomi Community Development Corporation
The Community Development Corporation is a tribally chartered nonprofit corporation that provides capital and technical assistance for projects that create a healthy tribal economy through a commercial loan program tailor packaged to help Native American businesses become more competitive and profitable. The program can assist Tribal members who are lacking financial resources and readiness with business development and planning, managing finances and marketing, and contracting. The CDC also works with the Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Central Oklahoma to help individual Native Americans and Tribal employees develop financial literacy skills when budgeting and managing credit obligations.
Classic Hits KGFF 100.9-Fm and 1450-AM
Classic Hits KGFF’s long history spans from the Golden Age of Radio to the present day. Since 1930, it has broadcast music, news, community events, sports, extreme weather coverage and more. Citizen Potawatomi Nation purchased the station on Jan. 1, 1999, and now houses the studios inside FireLake Discount Foods.