American Career Development Grand Opening Held


CEO and Founder Herbert Goodwin shown with Mayor Jackson and others at ribbon-cutting ceremony
CEO and Founder Herbert Goodwin shown with Mayor Jackson and others at ribbon-cutting ceremony

On July 18, 2012, American Career Development Corporation located at 645 Indian St. conducted its grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony and launched Savannah’s premiere record label and media production company known as Razor Sharp Records South.

The company rolled out the red carpet for special guests which included Mayor Edna Jackson, Senator Lester G. Jackson III, Pastor Hazel Scott of Resurrection Pentecostal Temple, Record Label Executives and local citizens.

Herbert Goodwin, 29, CEO and Founder is a native of South Carolina with a background in Ministry, music production and recording arts. Mr. Goodwin holds a bachelors of science in entertainment business/recording arts and is apart of a large number of organizations. Mr. Goodwin supports his community efforts to provide equality, justice and positive change for African Americans. He brings big business and much experience from Los Angeles, California.

American Career Development was founded in 2012 to focus on American job creation in the American community by coaching today’s youth and producing positive media.

The company specializes in production of educational media presentations, artist management, directing music videos, inspirational television commercials, short films, publishing and creative advertisement campaigns.

The company offers a business consulting, corporate branding, graphic design, product placement, business planning and artist management.

For more information email Ceohgoodwin@acdcusa.com or call (912) 236- 0049.


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