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Native Pride’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Tallchief is more than a brand to Seneca business leader By James Fink – Reporter, Buffalo Business First History matters to JC Seneca. Seneca, 60, owner of such Seneca Nation of Indians businesses as Six Nations Manufacturing and Native Pride Travel Plaza, has rebranded the 56 acres of land he owns along Southwestern Boulevard on the nation’s Cattaraugus Territory as “Tallchief Territory.” The renaming includes the travel plaza’s diner now
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Native Pride’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response 25th Anniversary of Native Pride https://www.nativepride.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/25th%20Anniv%20Press%20Conference%207.17.20.mp4 On Friday July 17th we celebrated the 25th Anniversary of Native Pride with speeches, cake and a ribbon cutting for our newly remodeled diner. In his speech Native Pride owner, JC Seneca paid tribute to his heritage by announcing the designation of the land where Native Pride is located as Tallchief Territory. The name honors his great, great, great grandfather, Tall Chief, who first
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Native Pride’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Native Pride Welcomed Summer It was a great month at Native Pride as we welcomed summer with food and events. The Native Pride Diner started outdoor service under tents and a patio area and added indoor service on June 17th in our newly renovated dining room. We are back to regular hours of 5am to 11pm and, of course, takeout is always available. It’s great to see so many familiar
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Native Pride’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Native Pride Diner Over the last two and half months, while our Native Pride diner has been limited to take out and delivery service, we have been spring cleaning and sprucing up the dining room and kitchen. It’s amazing what a fresh coat of paint and new art on the walls can do for a space. In fact we’ve been so inspired by the improvements, we’ve been brainstorming on a
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As founder of The JC Seneca Foundation and owner of Native Pride Travel Plaza,  J C Seneca has given his time, talents and financial resources in supporting the people of the Seneca Nation. Recently he expanded that support by sharing his personal story of addiction and recovery in The Buffalo News Refresh Magazine. In the Page Two article, J C told of his 2014 decision to deal with his struggles with alcohol and marijuana by
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