Black Business Passport

Sort through a Variety of Black Businesses. Learn About Their Professions, Their Stories and Why they Do What they Do? Use this Medium to Network with other Entrepreneurs or Find Black Owned Businesses and Professionals to Support. Share the Link of your Favorite Business with Fellow Friends and Family! #ITTAKESAVILLAGE

Wednesday, June 9, 2021

K3ytoHealth

 

K3ytohealth is an upcoming black owned fitness and lounge line created to provide comfortable skin-like wear that compliments the body. Whether you’re working out or needing to feel confident for the day, K3ytohealth encourages you to live life the healthy way.

Kyonna Henderson the owner is dedicated to taking the time to provide products that truly satisfy the needs of our customers. Every month K3ytohealth will offer 15% off for loyal supporters. 

K3ytoHealth

Email: kyonna.henderson@gmail.com

Phone: (313) 574-1581

Website: http://k3ytohealth.co

Hash Tags:#k3ytohealth #fitnesswear #gymlife #glutes #fitfriends #liftheavy #healthjourney #healthylifestyle #yogawear #loungewear #gymwear #gymgoals #lifestyle

Social Handles: @k3ytohealth







Sunday, March 14, 2021

Gullah Geeche Tour with Godfrey



 Teaching the true history of Gullah GeeChee and Slavery in Charleston the Holy City

The only authentic Black history tour in Charleston.
The only Gullah GeeChee tour Guide in Charleston.
Voted most accurate information on a history tour.
Voted Best Tour Guide in Charleston.

Godfrey KHill 

Business: 843.478.0000 

Email: gullahgeecheetours@gmail.com

Address: 375 Meeting Street, Charleston, South Carolina 29483

Website: http://Gullahgeecheetours.com

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Sunday, August 2, 2020

COLORFUL ROOTS

 I am Brandy Peterson owner of Colorful Roots. I am a certified optician, stylist, designer and naturalista. I started my career as an optician, getting into optical way back when I was in high school, working in the men's department in JC Penny. My girlfriend and I wanted to get colored contact lenses and it just made sense to get them from the optical department in JC Penny's. The lady (optician)  that taught us how to care for the contacts told me she was hiring and would pay me a extra $0.50 per hour. I accepted the offer and that started my optical career at 17 years old.


After graduating high school I went on to Michigan State University and after school, I got hired at Lens Crafters with a hourly wage plus commission. I enjoyed learning more about vision and styling patients. From that passion I was inspired to truly pursue opticianry, move up the ranks to management and eventually get certified.




In my deep passions, I always dreamt of owning my own shop and and offering the kind of unique frames I found myself most attracted to. Eventually in my personal self discovery journey I became intrigued by African beauty practices and fashions leading me to travel to Dakar, Senegal.

My trip to African lit a fire in my desires to learn more about the natural path and skin care. Prompting me to start creating my own personal shea butter mixes, black soap and products. From there I started sharing with my family and friends. Being business minded my mind has always churned with ideas... I developed the name Colorful
 Roots in 2006, mixing my love for my heritage with my obsession with African culture.
 


One day after the passing of my father, a entrepreneur it hit me... Something touched my spirit and said "Go for it". I wasn't sure how to move at that moment, so I had a personal conversation with a good friend. I told her of my frustrations trying to conceive and putting off the dream of starting my business. She gave me the encouragement that I need and I decided to talk to my husband. I told him what I had been felling and he was supportive. 




Ironically my husband found a nice spot for me and I could see the vision for Colorful Roots. In the beginning I worked a full time and ran my boutique on the weekend, while managing a local optical. 


After my business grew I was eventually able to leave my full time job. Once free from my full time position I was able to roll the optical piece into my boutique.

That is how I started my business. At it is now so fulfilling being in a position where I can help others one on one and deliver the kind of styles that I love.

I am most grateful for this journey! #THEMARATHONCONTINUES


Tuesday, June 9, 2020

George Washington Carver Community Center


The George Washington Carver Community Center has a long standing history in the Three Rivers community, dating back to the 1940's.
Our members are a diverse group of individuals with a wide range of skills and expertise. Our goal is to make a difference in your life and those around you. Don’t just stand on the sideline get engaged in your community.
We are dedicated to serving the needs of the community each and every day by providing a meeting place for members of the organization and residents of the community for civic, social, educational and recreational purposes; engaging in all types of activities not prohibited by law, which promote and foster healthy interests in civic and social affairs of the community; and assisting other non-profit organizations – particularly with regard to children, families, senior citizens and the needs of the community. 
We are currently looking for passionate community members who want to utilize the center to positively impact the city of Three Rivers and surrounding communities. We are always accepting donations and looking for volunteers.
President: Carolyn McNary
Vice President: Brandy Peterson
Administrative Assistant: Eddie Neal
Treasurer: Von Peterson

436 Jefferson St
Three Rivers, MI. 49093
269.858.3636




 





Friday, June 5, 2020

Girls Like You, Inc

Life Coaching / Business Coaching
Owner: Kelly E.
Phone: (856) 264-5542
Website:http://www.girlslikeyouinc.org/
Business Address: 415 Sicklerville Road, #144, Sicklerville, NJ 08081, United States
Email Address: girlslikeyou@yahoo.com
Hash Tags: #girlslikeyou #love #girls #blackgirlsrock
Social Tag: @girlslikeyouinc

Thursday, April 30, 2020

Soul Artistry LLC





Yolonda Lavender the CEO of Soul Artistry LLC which focuses it’s efforts on curating artistry rich experiences and artistic cultivation. Yolonda is also a national recording artist with the independent label Truth Tone Records. She is a singer/songwriter, curator, composer, arranger and performing artist from Kalamazoo, whose sound is soul-based with gospel, r&b, hip-hop, blues and jazz influences. Yolonda has showcased her artistry in artistic spaces around the country and shared stages with the likes of artists such as Erykah Badu, Keith Murray, The Spinners, En Vogue and more. Yolonda is a Certified Nonprofit Professional and has a decade of experience within the nonprofit sector.Yolonda is a self-care ambassador as well as an advocate and activist who takes pride in using her personal artistry to spread the messages of peace and love and to promote social justice all in an effort to evoke change. With more than a decade of experience in curating and artistic development, Yolonda has crafted Soul Artistry as a leading force within the sub-sectors of arts, culture and community engagement.

Services include Vocal and Performance Training, Artistic Development, Event and Experience Curating & Crafting, Nonprofit Consulting and Self Care Consultant.

Phone: 269.599.7368
Email: ylsoulartistry@gmail.com
Social Handle: @soulartistryllc
Hash Tag: #payartist 

Sunday, April 26, 2020

Team Natural Fit WLC








Team Natural Fit specializes in health coaching focusing on detoxification. We host Detox Parties to introduce groups to eating a raw foods diet.

Special Offers: Team Natural Fit WLC is offering our 7 day detox for $49

Contact: Wendy Shaw
Phone: (561) 237-0808
Website: http://teamnaturalfitwlc.com/
Email: teamnaturalfitwlc@gmail.com
Address: 20238 State Rd, Suite 339, Boca Raton, FL 33498, United States

Hash Tags: #teammaturalfitwlc
Social Handle: @teamnaturalfitwlc
 

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