February 5, 2014

CPN Community Development Corporation assists Native American-owned Mustang LLC

  Family man Devron Ross, is trying to build something for not only his family, but also for his community. Ross began his career 25 years […]
March 21, 2014

Pronto Print Inc. looks to future with help of CPCDC

You are starting your own business and need marketing material printed. Well, Pronto Print Inc. in Ardmore, Okla. is a one stop shop for all of […]
March 26, 2014

MC Trucking rolling strong with help from Citizen Potawatomi Development Community Corporation

Starting a new business is always a daunting prospect, while maintaining steady growth is an entirely different matter with its own set of challenges. Mark and […]
May 1, 2014

CPCDC assistance let Sooner Stoneworks shape its stone fabrication business

Counter tops, window sills, showers, fire places, and other stone pieces are the specialties of Sooner Stoneworks LLC, a Native American-owned business in Shawnee, Okla. Owners […]
July 24, 2014

A Sweet Standard – DC Cake Appeal, Inc.

David Conway and co-owner Owen Davis   Shawnee, Okla. – DC Cake Appeal, Inc. is unique, and that is how owner, Citizen Potawatomi Nation Tribal member, […]
October 6, 2014

CPN Director Shane Jett in election for Opportunity Finance Network board

Citizen Potawatomi Nation Director, Shane Jett, was recently nominated as a candidate for the prestigious and influential board of directors at the Opportunity Finance Network, the […]
December 1, 2014

Crack your crick and get your fix with Dr. Jacob Leba

Injuries happen all the time. They can happen at work, at home, while playing sports or doing any number of normal activities people go through each […]
April 28, 2015

CPCDC leading the fight against predatory lending

“Buy here, pay here” car lots, payday and signature loan lenders all are big business in Oklahoma. In the nonprofit world, we call these companies predatory […]
November 3, 2015

CPCDC secures largest amount of funding in more than 10 years

The Citizen Potawatomi Community Development Corporation was one of seven community development financial institutions to close on a multi-party bond totaling $127 million. On its own, […]