Busey honored by local chapter of American Indian Chamber

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OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Chapter of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma presented DRG Chairman and CEO Phil G. Busey Sr. with the first ever Pioneer Award.

The award was given in honor of Busey’s longstanding contributions and advocacy supporting Oklahoma’s American Indian business community. The award was given at the March 9th luncheon held at Twin Hills Country Club. Presenting the award was Chapter Chair Brian Wall. Wall is President of Tatanka Creative, an advertising firm based in Oklahoma City.

Delaware Resource Group (DRG) is one of the leading aerospace defense contractors based in Oklahoma. Busey founded the company in 2002. Today, the company employs over 650 people in over 40 locations around the world. Thousands of service men and women around the world count on DRG to provide critical training and logistics services for many of today’s modern military programs and aircraft.

“I am very humbled and honored to receive this special recognition,” said Busey. “The chamber has always been near to my heart in the outreach and awareness it brings to supporting the small businesses in Oklahoma.”

The American Indian Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit 501(c)6 Corporation. Membership is open to both American Indian businesses and individuals.

The Oklahoma City Chapter of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma is a professional organization for Native American business development. For more information on the chapter, visit aicco-okc.org. For more information on the chamber, visit www.aiccok.org.

For more information on Busey and DRG, please visit www.drgok.com.

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