Coushatta signs to sell Israeli skin care products

Indian tribe adds Israeli skin care product to its properties, seeing it as way to establish additional revenue for the tribe.

February 1, 2011 13:03
Israeli skin care products

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ELTON, Louisiana  — The Coushatta Indian tribe has added an Israeli skin care product to its properties, seeing it as a way to establish additional revenue for the tribe.

Tribal leaders believe Aya Natural Skin Care Products will also create jobs.

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Tribe chairman Kevin Sickey says they are working to develop new businesses and expand their revenue base beyond the casino the tribe owns.

The Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana owns and operates Coushatta Casino Resort in Kinder, Louisiana, which employs more than 2,700 area residents.

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