Seattle offers first airport store owned by Native Americans
Last updated 6/3/2019 at 2:40pm
SEATTLE, Wash.-For the first time, air travelers have the option of shopping at an airport store owned by Native Americans. The Sacred Circle Gift Shop, owned and operated by United Indians of All Tribes Foundation has found a home at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
Located inside the main terminal on Concourse A, Sacred Circle offers authentic, Native-designed items from Northwest Coast and Coast Salish, including jewelry, clothing and accessories, art, glassware and gifts.
"We are honored to welcome the Sacred Circle gift shop to Sea-Tac Airport as our first Native American-owne...
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