Radisson Fort McDowell partners with the Grand Canyon Minority Supplier Development Council to expand growth through partnering with minority-owned and operated businesses in Arizona.
Online PR News – 05-May-2010 – – Scottsdale, AZ – The Radisson Fort McDowell Resort has joined the Grand Canyon Minority Supplier Development Council - regional chapter of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC)- as a minority partner. The deal hopes to expand corporate and government business prospects for the Radisson Fort McDowell Resort, and offers new avenues for business growth through partnerships with other minority-owned and operated businesses.
The Grand Canyon Minority Supplier Development Council is a non-profit corporation in Phoenix, AZ assisting minority businesses in finding new opportunities. Corporate benefits include access to a larger pool of qualified suppliers in a $1.6 trillion dollar market, greater savings, and higher quality goods and services due to increased competition.
Craig Benell, Director of Revenue Generation at the Radisson Fort McDowell states, “We are excited about the multitude of new prospects open to us through our recent confirmation as an official MBE through the NMSDC, and look forward to participating actively in the coming months with the Grand Canyon regional chapter as Phoenix is host to the upcoming 2010 National Conference in October.”
The Radisson Fort McDowell Resort features 246 luxurious guest rooms and suites with first-class amenities, tucked away in pristine Sonoran Desert surroundings. The Four-Diamond award winning property provides guests with comfortable and convenient accommodations including championship golf courses, casino gaming, wild west adventures and much more.
For more information about the Grand Canyon Minority Supplier Development Council visit www.gcmsdc.org or for more information about the Radisson Fort McDowell Resort please visit: http://www.radissonfortmcdowellresort.com.