Atlanta, GA - Robin May, wife of Pastor Lee May, now has her own talk show. Tonight, they held a small private premier party at the AEI Startup Factory. The show is very well produced and was enthusiastically received by the audience. Learn more at https://robinmayonline.com/tv
Blog Post: Stephen Wicks
Simply Produce, LLC is a family and Black owned produce store located in College Park, GA. They recently put out a Facebook post asking for the community to come and support their business. For some reason, it's since been deleted, but we heard the call and . we want to make sure we amplify their request and spread the word.
Many of our majority Black communities are classified as being "food deserts." This term refers to areas where you find more fast food and junk food options over fresh fruits and vegetables. Simply Produce seems to be a much needed option for the people of College Park and the south Atlanta area.
Unfortunately, I have not personally ever visited the store, however their online reviews are favorable and the pictures of their establishment represent a business that values being neat, clean, and orderly. You can visit their Facebook page and see for yourself.
Statistically, many businesses fail after being started within the first year. That's just a fact. When you add the additional hurdles and challenges that face minority business owners, those numbers get even worse.
There are many reasons that businesses fail, but at BlackBusinessList.Com we want to make sure that we assist those individuals who were bold and courageous enough to give entrepreneurism a shot.
If you live in the Atlanta area, make sure that you visit Simply Produce and let them know that we care and we appreciate the fact that they are trying to provide a much needed service in our community.
Learn more about them here.
Simply Produce Facebook Page
3375 Roosevelt Highway Suite F
College Park, Georgia
Call (404) 941-9185
Blog Post - On visiting the North Dekalb Mall in Decatur, GA. I had the pleasure of meeting the owner of Keziah African Art & Design Gallery. The shop is located near the food court. It has an extensive selection of African art, clothing, and cultural merchandise. I was greeted as soon as I entered the store and I could tell that the staff was going to be attentive to my shopping needs.
I was thoroughly impressed with the amount of merchandise available for purchase. Mercy and Samuel Mensah, the owners, were born and raised in Ghana and now live in the Decatur area. Mercy says that she has been in that location for approximately two years.
I've included a few photos taken on that day so that you can see some of the variety of products that they offer. You can also learn more about them at http://www.keziahstyle.com
Make sure you check them out and support the entrepreneurs in our community!
Blog Post - BlackBusinessList.Com recently visited the Chattanooga Market in Chattanooga, Tennessee and found several Black business vendors who had traveled from Atlanta, GA to vend their products. One of the vendors in particular caught our attention. The owner of Marsha! Marsha! Marsha! Handmade Jewelry was very engaging and pulled us in quickly with her charming personality.
After conversing with her for a while, we learned that she frequents the Chattanooga Market because it represents a great opportunity for her to showcase her jewelry. We witnessed her make several sales while we were visiting her booth. We weren't surprised due to her warm presentation and great looking products. She told us that there were also other Black business owners who frequent the market and travel from Atlanta also.
We really admire her tenacity and drive as a business owner. Being willing to travel and go where people are ready to do business is a great attribute for a business owner to have. We've included a few photos of her booth and a few other photos from the market. If you are ever able to visit the market, check her out, and tell her that we sent you!
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