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Indian arts group reports first surplus in years


The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts of New Mexico reported a surplus revenue for the first time in several years.

The group's income was $1.4 million. Revenue increased due to a new partnership with Pojoaque Pueblo, a hike in booth fees for the popular Santa Fe Indian Market, an increase in participants in the winter market, a rise in membership and more t-shirt sales.

SWAIA "turned the corner from several years of declines," treasurer Ardith Eicher told The Santa Fe New Mexican.

This year's Indian Market takes place August 22-23.

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SWAIA reports surplus after strong 2008 (The Santa Fe New Mexican 1/29)