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Mr. Charles L. Garrett

Executive Vice President

Cherokee Nation Businesses L.L.C

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Cherokee Nation Businesses L.L.C

10838 East Marshall Street

Tulsa, Oklahoma 74116

United States

Company Description

Cherokee Nation Businesses (CNB) is the tribally owned holding company of the Cherokee Nation, the largest Indian Nation in the United States. The Cherokee Nation and its businesses employ 9,000 people. CNB owns companies in the gaming, hospitality, infor ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

President

Ovation Real Estate LLC

President and Chief Operating Officer

TVO North America

Senior Vice President

Donaldson Company Inc

Managing Partner

View Capital, LLC

Affiliations

Senior Advisor
Eureka Holdings, Inc.

Education

BA

Political Science

University of Oklahoma

Juris Doctor ( J.D. )

Harvard Law School

Web References (127 Total References)


Cherokee Nation Businesses Executive Vice ...

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Cherokee Nation Businesses Executive Vice President Chuck Garrett, Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr., Cherokee Nation Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden, Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker, Cherokee spiritual leader Crosslin Smith, Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilor Janees Taylor, Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilor Joe Byrd and Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilor Harley Buzzard joined with the local community to celebrate the topping out of Cherokee Casino Grove.

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CNB executive vice president Chuck Garrett speaks during Cherokee Casino Grove topping out ceremony.
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Cherokee Nation Businesses Executive Vice President Chuck Garrett, Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr., Cherokee Nation Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden, Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker, Cherokee spiritual leader Crosslin Smith, Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilor Janees Taylor, Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilor Joe Byrd and Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilor Harley Buzzard joined with the local community to celebrate the topping out of Cherokee Casino Grove.
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CNB executive vice president Chuck Garrett speaks during Cherokee Casino Grove topping out ceremony.


Cherokee Nation Businesses Executive Vice ...

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Cherokee Nation Businesses Executive Vice President Chuck Garrett, Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr., Cherokee Nation Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden, Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker, Cherokee spiritual leader Crosslin Smith, Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilor Janees Taylor, Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilor Joe Byrd and Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilor Harley Buzzard joined with the local community to celebrate the topping out of Cherokee Casino Grove.

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CNB executive vice president Chuck Garrett speaks during Cherokee Casino Grove topping out ceremony.
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Cherokee Nation Businesses Executive Vice President Chuck Garrett, Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr., Cherokee Nation Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden, Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker, Cherokee spiritual leader Crosslin Smith, Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilor Janees Taylor, Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilor Joe Byrd and Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilor Harley Buzzard joined with the local community to celebrate the topping out of Cherokee Casino Grove.
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CNB executive vice president Chuck Garrett speaks during Cherokee Casino Grove topping out ceremony.


(L to R) Cherokee Nation Businesses ...

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(L to R) Cherokee Nation Businesses Executive Vice President Chuck Garrett, Cherokee Nation Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden, Tribal Councilor David Thornton, Housing Authority Executive Director Gary Cooper, Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker, CNB Chief Executive Officer Shawn Slaton, Housing Authority Chairman of the Board James Simmons, CNB board members Janelle Fullbright and Jerry Holderby, Cherokee Nation Treasurer Lacey Horn, CNB board members Sam Hart and Dan Carter, Vian City Councilor E. O. Smith, Vian Mayor Dennis Fletcher and Vian City Councilor Emmanuel Drew.

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(L to R) Cherokee Nation Businesses Executive Vice President Chuck Garrett, Cherokee Nation Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden, Tribal Councilor David Thornton, Housing Authority Executive Director Gary Cooper, Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker, CNB Chief Executive Officer Shawn Slaton, Housing Authority Chairman of the Board James Simmons, CNB board members Janelle Fullbright and Jerry Holderby, Cherokee Nation Treasurer Lacey Horn, CNB board members Sam Hart and Dan Carter, Vian City Councilor E. O. Smith, Vian Mayor Dennis Fletcher and Vian City Councilor Emmanuel Drew.
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This project allows us to achieve both of those goals," said Cherokee Nation Businesses Executive Vice President Chuck Garrett.


CATOOSA, Okla. - During a Sept. ...

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CATOOSA, Okla. - During a Sept. 30 meeting, Cherokee Nation Businesses Executive Vice President Charles Garrett told the CNB board that Phase 1 of the Cherokee Springs Plaza retail development project in Tahlequah, which includes grading and drainage and utility installation, is on schedule.

"We're looking to have substantial completion by March 1, so that has gone very well. Our general contractor, Ground Zero, has done a good job," he said. "We've completed the three construction entrances on Willis (Road) and Hwy. 62, so those are under our belt, and we're now focused on finalizing our pad sites for Buffalo Wild Wings and Stuteville Ford. We expect those to be completed by the end of this week."
Garrett said he hopes to have the Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant done next spring and the Stuteville Ford dealership completed in the summer. He said plans are to have four to six business pads on highway frontage next to Hwy. 62, depending on the size of the businesses that agree to build on those pads.
Stuteville Ford, for instance, will require more pad space, and Buffalo Wild Wings is requesting more space for parking, Garrett said.


In other business, CNB Executive Vice ...

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In other business, CNB Executive Vice President Chuck Garrett said that the first five homes in the new housing additions in both West Siloam Springs and Roland are almost finished. Garrett said with the Oct. 28 unanimous approval of a 15-foot wide electrical easement for the Arkansas Valley Electric Co-operative, the first five Roland homes will be done within two weeks, while the West Siloam Springs houses are about 30 days out from completion.

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CATOOSA, Okla. - During a Sept. 30 meeting, Cherokee Nation Businesses Executive Vice President Charles Garrett told the CNB board that Phase 1 of the Cherokee Springs Plaza retail development project in Tahlequah, which includes grading and drainage and utility installation, is on schedule. "We're looking to have substantial completion by March 1, so that has gone very well. Our general contractor, Ground Zero, has done a good job," he said.
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Garrett said he hopes to have the Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant done next spring and the Stuteville Ford dealership completed in the summer. He said plans are to have four to six business pads on highway frontage next to Hwy. 62, depending on the size of the businesses that agree to build on those pads. Stuteville Ford, for instance, will require more pad space, and Buffalo Wild Wings is requesting more space for parking, Garrett said.
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Garrett also updated CNB's other potential shopping area, Cherokee Outlets, which would be built west of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Catoosa. He said city and Rogers County officials are putting a package together for the project and Woodmont Outlets to support the construction of the proposed mall. A year ago, CNB officials announced they had agreed to lease property to Woodmont Outlets, which plans to invest $80 million into premium outlet shops to be called Cherokee Outlets. To complement the development, CNB has plans to create an entertainment and dining zone called The District. This zone would connect Cherokee Outlets directly to the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, and it would be 40,000- to 70,000-square-feet of restaurants, local retail and high-end entertainment offerings. However, Garrett said Cherokee Outlets has competition. Another company is looking at building an outlet mall in Jenks, and the city of Tulsa is supporting a potential outlet mall on 129th St., which is about three miles west of the casino. "Let's just say it's a good old-fashioned site fight that you see in different markets. We don't know who will win that yet. We like our chances. We like the fact that our site has the exchange at 193rd (Street) and (Interstate) 44," Garrett said.

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