Sitnasuak has successfully moved up to #23 in the Top 49ers recently announced by Alaska Business.
President & CEO Bobbi Quintavell shared, “We have a strong family of businesses led by a great management team with hard working employees. Together we have strategically focused on our goals to achieve Sitnasuak’s mission of ‘Earning Profits on Operations While Protecting Our Land, Culture and Benefiting Shareholders.’ The move up to #23 on the Top 49ers shows our team’s dedication to serving our customers with a focus on quality and value. We are honored to be recognized by Alaska Business in the Top 49ers demonstrating our business growth with many hours of hard work and commitment.”
The Top 49ers represent Alaskan-owned and Alaska-operated companies ranked as determined by the 2017 gross revenues. Annually Alaska Business surveys companies for ranking in the Top 49ers, which are at least 51 percent Alaskan-owned. According to Alaska Business, “These companies are home-grown heroes in Alaska’s economy, providing jobs, supporting communities, and making the plays that keep Alaskans on their feet.”
Chairman Bobby Evans expressed, “This recognition shows Sitnasuak is a leader in the Alaska business community. Over the last five years, we have seen steady growth and changes with an eye towards always improving. We all work hard at best business practices, and overall Sitnasuak is a great company delivering results to Shareholders and the Alaskan economy. The Board has worked hard with our great management team and has outstanding employees throughout our family of businesses.”
About Sitnasuak Native Corporation
SNC is headquartered in Nome, Alaska, with operations in Nome, Anchorage, Wasilla, California, Virginia and Puerto Rico. Sitnasuak’s family of companies and brands include Bonanza Fuel, Bonanza Express, Fidelity Title Agency of Alaska, Mat-Su Title Agency, Nanuaq, Mocean, SNC Technical Services, Aurora Industries and Sitnasuak Applied Technologies. SNC is one of the Alaska Native village corporations created in 1971 under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). Today, SNC is the largest of 16 village corporations in the Bering Straits region with over $134 million in annual revenues. SNC is owned by almost 2,900 Alaska Native shareholders. For additional information on Sitnasuak as well as our business products and services, please visit our web site at www.snc.org or like our Facebook page www.facebook.com/Sitnasuak/.