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Redline Media earns NCAIED business of year award

Redline Media Group was founded by S.R. Tommie. (Courtesy Redline)

Redline Media Group, owned by Seminole tribal member S.R. Tommie, has been recognized with the NCAIED “American Indian Business of the Year” award.

NCAIED – the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development – made the announcement at its annual Reservation Economic Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada, held May 23 to May 26 at Caesars Palace.

Redline is a marketing, advertising and communication agency located in Dania Beach. Tommie is the company’s founder and president.

“Each year we honor outstanding individuals and companies for their contributions to economic parity and the betterment of Indian communities,” Chris James, president and CEO of NCAIED, said in a news release. “It is my honor to announce that Redline Media Group was selected this year to receive the award, signifying their success as a American Indian owned business, and their demonstration of excellent corporate citizenship.”

NCAIED is the longest standing and largest American Indian business and economic development organization in the U.S.

“This is an incredible honor, and a true milestone in our history,” Tommie said in the release. “We just celebrated our 19th anniversary, and when I founded this business all those years ago, I knew success would be based upon a team effort.”

Tommie launched Redline in 2003 with three employees. The company now has 50 employees and has done business in 76 countries.

“We focused on our commitment to creative excellence, superior service, and outside the box thinking, developing collaborative relationships with the client-partners and brands that we have had the privilege to represent,” she said in the release.

The company lists some of its clients as Hard Rock International and Seminole Gaming, FX Networks, Nike, Harley-Davidson, Flora Fine Foods, Audi, Jaguar, Infiniti, Land Rover, Lamborghini, Bugatti and more.

The Seminole Tribe is the parent entity of Hard Rock International and the owner of Seminole Gaming. For more, go to

Damon Scott
Damon is a multimedia journalist for the Seminole Tribune. He has previously been an editor and reporter for digital and print media in Florida and his home state of New Mexico. Send him an email at