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Tribal Consulting Company Opens

Shawn Johns and Rick Geiger recently announced the creation of Geiger Johns Associates, LLC, a business consulting firm with background in Native American businesses, such as gaming enterprises.

Shawn Johns and Rick Geiger recently announced the creation of Geiger Johns Associates, LLC, a business consulting firm with background in Native American businesses, such as gaming enterprises.

“After spending over 15 years with technology companies in Silicon Valley and in the Indian and commercial gaming business, this new venture gives me the opportunity to assist businesses both in and out of Indian Country, so that both financial and human capital is delivering what is needed for high achievement and successful enterprises in our various communities,” said Johns, who is a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe.

Johns and Geiger have put together the annual study of tribal gaming operations and the economic impact statement for the National Indian Gaming Association for the last six years.

The pair also has a wealth of online gaming consulting experience.

“I look forward to working with Shawn on helping current and new enterprises demonstrate their value to their communities and stakeholders, as well as working with companies to improve margins, profits and overall performance,” said Geiger.

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