Businesses are people too, and they need your support & your recommendations to make them better so they better serve you, make you better as well, and much more, so please, get involved with your local businesses!
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Support local businesses like 18.19 Apparel
The 18.19 brand was started as a direct response to not having access to certain color variations and most importantly something affordable that wouldn’t be seen anywhere else. What started off as an idea turned into T-Shirts, then hoodies, and now a full clothing line with some products available for customization (upon request)
Support & check out 18.19 Apparel on their main website
Support & check out Ja Love on her website
Support your local businesses like The Hemp Club THC
To Book: Howard “Iche Palms IP“ Collins
Contact Publicist: firstname.lastname@example.org
or Call 929-233-0372
Support your local businesses like LIMITLESS VYBZ
YOUR VYBZ ARE LIMITLESS
Welcome To Your Favorite Brand, Limitless Vybz. Here You Will Not Only Find Good Vybz But Also The Latest In Fashion, That You Can Sport Anywhere.
Support your local businesses like boxwine
Mickala Mcfarlane is multi-disciplinary artist based in NYC.
Their work ranges from digital designs to experimental mediums.
“boxwine” came 5 years ago from a love of wine and a need for an instagram handle.
Support your local businesses like Champaine Creations
Champaine Creations is a veteran owned business that specializes in handmade beaded bracelets, bangles, and Apple Watch bands. They come prepare or can be customized to your liking.
Starting out as a hobby, Champaine Creations strives to provide excellent customer service and prompt shipping.
Support your local businesses like SHINEBRIGHT: MEDICINAL SKIN CARE
So I only have instagram for now, when i get my website up i will let you know 🖤
I’m on Instagram as shinebrightmsc. Install the app to follow my photos and videos.
Support your local businesses like SHADE & SASS ENTERTAINMENT
Shania and I met in college. We started as roommates and became the best of friends. Eventually, we knew we wanted to start a business together, so we came up with the phrase “Shade & Sass” with the help of one of our friends… (We definitely know how to throw some shade and be a little sassy). From there, we figured we’d combine our talents and love for the arts to create an agency that helped other creatives like ourselves with their brands & businesses.
Shade & Sass is a black, female owned company that we launched in January of 2020. We work with all kinds of small businesses and creatives, from musicians to authors, photographers, models, MUAs, and all other content creators! We even just signed a podcast!
At first, facing the pandemic brought us extreme anxiety and stress. We weren’t sure how it was going to affect our business. While many companies were hurting severely, we actually managed to still be able to grow our clientele. Though we aren’t able to do many in-person meetings & events, we’re still succeeding through social media campaigns, media placements, and consulting with our clients, allowing them to flourish in their creative endeavors. As a new company, it was scary to have to deal with something so different, but we’ve been able to make it through! All of our clients are great and we’re on the hunt for new creatives and businesses to add to our roster.
A little background on who we are individually:
Shania – A public relations guru & aspiring reality TV star, Shania has played many roles on television, which includes HBOMax’s Legendary, MTV, & Wu-Tang: An American Saga. Studied Broadcast Journalism at William Paterson University and worked for many big companies, playing a crucial role in PR and entertainment. Her top campaigns include Pattern by Traces Ellis Ross and florence by mills. She’s a PR pro and triumphs when it comes to placements in the media.
Cierra – A singer, songwriter, and artist manager all in one. Studied Public Relations & Music Management at William Paterson University. Cierra grew up singing in school choirs & talent shows and going to her brother’s band’s gigs/shows. She also does freelance modeling and acting — she’s been seen on a billboard at Art Basel 2019 for Dirty Politics, played a role in a MTV show, hosted concerts throughout the city of Philadelphia, and recently featured in her first released song, What’s Da Vision? with Shade & Sass artist, Close Cash. Cierra has been street teaming & managing since 2016.
Please let us know if you’re interested in chatting with Shania & I. We would love to do a Q&A for a featured article.
Recent Press: https://ndomagazine.com/shade-sass-a-black-female-owned-creative-agency/
Support your local businesses like LES NOBODIES
Dedicated youtube page. Planetary forecasts. Fitness classes. Cooking. Live Performances etc: https://youtube.com/channel/UCCGhwphVzHbTEq6i378t6cg
Link to dedicated music: https://smarturl.it/Uniqeamonie
Dedicated Telegram app group for all businesses to come together and connect: https://t.me/joinchat/RDRN-Rcwy-JG8dWl75jt_A
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