Beach was a representative for Aruze gaming, a Japanese gaming company at the trade show. Beach said that he was proud to represent the company.
“They are here today and their traditions have always been to incorporate culture with businesses,” he said. “And here we are today to prove that; putting our culture together with business.”
Studi, who attended the conference to gain support for the Indigenous Language Institute, said he hopes that American Indian businesses that are doing well will be kind enough to give back to their communities, to help protect and honor their heritage and culture.