On Thursday, the Flintco Cos. will unveil its new Native American Division, tracking laws and cultures of more than 500 recognized tribes across the U.S. By improving Flintco’s sensitivity to tribal nuances from contract negotiations to sacred holidays, this division will strengthen the Tulsa construction contractor’s relationships with about 30 percent of its customer base, said Rex Woods, senior vice president of the eight-person division.
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