LDF BDC Subsidiary Companies

LDF Construction is engaged in commercial and residential construction. The company maintains its principle office on the Lac du Flambeau Reservation, and is wholly owned by the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians.

The team offers a collective 86 years of experience and is proud to place emphasis on their core principles of value, service and trust. Their commitment to excellence, experience and community status provides added benefits by promoting utilization of our Tribal Member work force and our valued relationships with local subcontractors and suppliers.

LDF Construction will turn your vision into reality, from concept to completion.  For more information, visit www.ldf-construction.com or www.facebook.com/ldfconstruction

The LDF Country Market has been providing full service grocery, deli, bakery and butcher services to the Lac du Flambeau area for over 20 years.  LDF Country Market offers a variety of homemade brats, the coveted Racine Danish Kringle, and more of what you need. For more information, visit www.ldfcountrymrkt.com.
In the Spring of 2018, we will updating and expanding our store. The new LDF Country Market will transform the existing Smoke Shop, Ojibwe Market and Tribal Gas Station into one, larger retail entity. The project will be in excess of 18,000 square feet, with one-stop shopping and full integration of technology.

We looking forward to providing you with enhanced services and products.
LDF Country Market Store Rendering

Ishkodance LLC

Ishkodance is a wholesale fuel supply company providing high grade petroleum products to Tribal communities.
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LDF Holdings

LDF Holdings provides short-term installment services to the under-served throughout the United States. LDF Holdings operates a full-services call center located on the second floor of the Smoke Shop. We provide fulfillment practices such as risk mitigation, complete regulatory oversight, complaint resolutions and I.T. support.

We employ 30 people, providing family sustaining jobs to our Tribal and Community Members.

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