Issue: Beyond the Streetcar Beyond the Streetcar: People are reacting. Will You?
The streetcar project has been one of the most contested issues in Cincinnati both before and after the last political election. For some, it is an expensive transportation project. For others, it is a cornerstone for revitalization. One thing we now know, is that it is here. The question is now, what will the African American community response be?
The African American Chamber was asked our opinion on the project at the beginning of 2014, and we did not offer one. Why? Cincinnati was having a transportation discussion; the Chamber desired to the have an ‘economic development’ discussion that was pertinent to minority business. Here’s why... Read moreMarketPlaceThe African American Chamber, through the MarketPlace, is encouraging our community to make a difference by supporting local businesses.
We encourage consumers and businesses to support the local business community by shopping small and African-American owned businesses for unique goods and specialized services. As well as patronizing larger businesses that support our community.
At the AAC Market you can buy from dozens of African-American owned businesses or from retailers with an interest in our community. From discounts in dining, the arts, to a bed and breakfasts, there are things to explore.
There is something for everyone! Business owners can find discounts on services like accounting, tax prep, marketing services, and other ways to improve their bottom line.
Make a difference. Shopping with local businesses is good for our community.
Business DirectoryA Safer OhioThe Ohio State Highway Patrol opens registration for Highway Patrol officers on July 14, 2014. You can apply at http://www.statepatrol.ohio.gov. For more information please contact Trooper Richard Milstead at firstname.lastname@example.org
FlyerEventsView photos from the June 21st Jammin In The Park event.
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