SUCCESSFUL ONEIDA NATION ENTERPRISES HELP SHAPE CENTRAL NEW YORK

The success of Oneida Nation Enterprises enables the Oneidas to consistently reinvest in their surrounding communities, steering the efforts to revitalize Central New York.

This dedication to community goes far beyond the Oneida Nation’s annual financial contribution of 25 percent of gaming revenue – roughly 50 million. The Oneidas have a devotion to this region as their sacred and eternal homelands and will forge forward to make Central New York one of the world’s top tourist destinations, securing a strong economy for generations to come.

As the leading contributor to county tourism, Turning Stone Resort Casino
reinvests in the local landscape on every level, from education and healthcare
to technology and arts and culture.

The following recent additions and expansions have and will continue to add even more opportunities, jobs and entertainment to Central New York.

 The Oneida Indian Nation Announces Plans to Open Point Place Casino in Madison County

The new facility, projected to open spring 2018 is expected to create more than 450 permanent and local construction jobs and continue to strengthen community partnerships throughout the region.

This latest development remains consistent with the Oneida Nation vision to grow and advance the region by creating a wide range of more than 200 full- and part-time jobs in the town of Sullivan in Madison County, 250 local construction jobs and provide entertainment offerings and opportunities for locals and tourists.

Convenience Stores Providing Fresh, Made-to-Order Food

The Oneida Nation plans to introduce Maple Leaf Market, its newest convenience store brand in Central New York, with a focus on providing guests with fresh, made-to-order food. Maple Leaf Market is the next generation of convenience stores that emphasizes healthier grab-and-go meal and snack choices made with fresh ingredients and freshly-brewed gourmet coffee.

The Oneida Nation plans to open five Maple Leaf Market locations within the next three years with its first store, located on Route 5 and Sherrill Road in the City of Sherrill, expected to open in the fall.

A Visual Representation of Central New York’s Finest

Designed by Syracuse-based Zausmer Frisch Scruton & Aggarwal, the $8 million remodel of the 285 Tower hotel rooms at Turning Stone Resort Casino feature furnishings from CNY’s Stickley Furniture and the landscape photography of Upstate New York artist Don Cochran.

Oneida Nation Makes $20 Million Investment, Adds Jobs, Partners with Local Companies

The Oneida Nation’s recent $20 million dollar investment in modernized features and amenities at Turning Stone Resort Casino includes a new gaming floor with smoke-free and smoker-friendly facilities, improved air quality including a state-of-the-art air filtration system, an all-new Food Hall and redesigned and upgraded guest rooms in the AAA Four Diamond rated Tower hotel.

One of the most extensive upgrades in the resort’s 23-year history – the project led to the hiring of 80 employees for the Food Hall, housing six new fast-casual restaurants and a variety of Central New York vendors being commissioned for the design and development.

Oz-Themed Casino Exceeds Expectations

The Yellow Brick Road Casino opened in June of 2015 – growth and renewal soon followed. Jobs were added, tourism boosted and partnerships emerged after the Oneida Nation took a chance on making over an under-used plaza in Madison County.

The Oneida Nation embraced the local heritage and added 430 slot machines, two restaurants and live entertainment to infuse life back into the plaza. The $25 million investment in Chittenango created three hundred construction jobs and 250 permanent positions. Then, just in time for the holidays another 30 jobs were created, including several management positions, with the addition of Las-Vegas style table games.

SāvOn Gets a Fresh, New Look

Continuing to update their enterprises and provide guests with cutting-edge offerings, the Oneida Nation launched a rebranding of their SāvOn chain of convenience stores to provide gaming and a new and improved ambiance. An invitation for guests to stay and play, the “PlayOn by SāvOn” concept introduced Las-Vegas-style slots and comfortable and engaging amenities.

Visit Turning Stone

Turning Stone Resort Casino

Turning Stone Resort Casino offers world-class golf, gaming, entertainment, and accommodations.

Visit Yellow Brick Road

Yellow Brick Road Casino

Owned by the Oneida Indian Nation, Yellow Brick Road Casino is a $20 million, smoke-free, 60,000-square-foot gaming venue located in Upstate New York in the Village of Chittenango. Opened in 2015 the casino celebrates the community’s connection with the iconic story, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.”

Visit Point Place

Point Place Casino

Point Place Casino will feature nearly 500 slot machines, 20 table games, two counter-service restaurants, the second location of Opals Confectionary, the popular chocolatier and bakery from Turning Stone, and two bars. Construction will begin in May 2017 with opening slated for spring 2018.

Visit Oneida Enterprises

Oneida Nation Enterprises

The Oneida Indian Nation operates the following enterprises in order to support programs for its people.

Visit SāvOn

SāvOn

SāvOn Gas and Convenience Stores are maintained by the Oneida Nation. Gas, diesel, food and essentials are available at these stores. Three locations have cash slot machines.

Visit Tin Woodman’s Flask

Tin Woodman’s Flask

Opening in November 2017, the Tin Woodman’s Flask will be one of the largest liquor stores in Central New York, with everyday low prices and a huge selection of products and exciting craft brands not typically offered by smaller retailers.

Visit Oneida Heritage

Oneida Heritage

A shop that sells, rents and showcases props and paraphernalia from the American wars, as well as sells one-of-a-kind Oneida hand-crafted jewelry, baskets and other artwork.

Visit Warrior Archery

Warrior Archery Shukwatli:yo:se’

Located at Oneida Heritage on Rte. 5 in Sherrill, Warrior Archery, the area’s only indoor archery range, is open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday.

Visit Four Directions

Four Directions Productions

A high end cinematography, 3D animation, and multimedia production house. Produced the award-winning Raccoon and Crawfish short.

Visit Indian Country

Indian Country Today Media Network

IndianCountryTodayMediaNetwork.com is an exciting new venture that will revolutionize media for all Native Americans and indigenous peoples.

Visit Oneida Technical Solutions

Oneida Technical Solutions, LLC

Oneida Technical Solutions provides a wide-range of general support and administrative services, primarily to federal government agencies, further diversifying the Oneida Indian Nation’s business and operational…

Visit Car Care

Car Care

Located on Patrick Road next to Turning Stone Resort and Casino, Car Care offers routine automotive maintenance services, car washes, and detailing.

Visit Marion Manor Marina

Marion Manor Marina

Located on the Southeast shore of Oneida Lake near the intersection of Routes 13 and 31, Marion Manor is a full-service marina. Find supplies, storage, gas, and more at Marion Manor.

Visit Snug Harbour Marina

Snug Harbour Marina

Located on Route 13 south of Sylvan Beach, Snug Harbour offers dockage, storage, repair, maintenance, and pump-out services.

Visit Mariner’s Landing

Mariner’s Landing Marina

Mariner’s Landing Marina is located on the southeast shore of Oneida Lake. It is a full-service marina, offering non ethanol fuel, a bait and tackle store, boat and motor repair services and rentals, winter boat storage and weekly fishing reports for Oneida Lake.

Visit Salmon Acres

Salmon Acres

Salmon Acres Lodge is located on New York’s Salmon River, home of trophy salmon, steelhead, Atlantic salmon, and brown trout. Escape to this fishing retreat.

Business Council

Oneida Nation Business Council

The Oneida Nation Business Council is about strengthening that engine and creating greater economic opportunities so that we continue to build a vibrant Central New York.