Oneida Indian Nation's Vendor Spending Spreads Throughout the Region
With gaming and hospitality businesses, convenience store and retail operations, marinas and other recreation properties and technology services, the Oneida Indian Nation relies on thousands of vendors, ranging from food and beverage providers to cleaning, health and beauty products.
In 2021, the Oneida Indian Nation paid more than $189 million to more than 1,200 vendors in New York State, which includes more than $66 million to vendors in Oneida, Madison and Onondaga counties.
3-County Regional Spending:
The Oneida Indian Nation also paid more than $167 million to over 4,000 employees in 2021.
Local Businesses Support the Oneida Indian Nation's Reopening Under Safety Protocols
The Oneida Indian Nation worked with several Upstate New York businesses to provide a range of products and services to support the Nation's Safer Together plan. Products and services included face coverings for all employees, printing of health and safety protocol signage and providing new technology for guest and employee communications.
Local companies that partnered with the Oneida Indian Nation in its phased reopening plan include: