Hungry Club Forum Celebrates National Minority Enterprise Development Week


The Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. (HCFS) will continue its annual focus on Community Economic Development and Small and Minority Business Development at its August 5, 2017 monthly Signature Roundtable and Open Forum. The breakfast forum entitled, ”Converting Opportunity to Wealth in Our Community: A Celebration of National Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week”, will be held in the Multipurpose Room of the WSB YMCA, located at 1110 May Street, at 9:30 AM.

A panel of business owners and practitioners will bring to the table an abundance of experience, ideas, do’s and don’ts, challenges and opportunities open to those with the entrepreneurial spirit. Then too, there will always be the opportunity for those in the audience to

Ned Williams, Owner, Alpha Repair & Maintenance, LLC
Ned Williams, Owner, Alpha Repair & Maintenance, LLC
participate and offer ideas and input and pose questions for progress, as it will take the support of the entire community to advance the cause of improving the economic status of the African American community in Savannah.

The HCFS invites the general public to join us in meeting and greeting and discovering what the state of Minority-owned business is in our community. “The HCFS Board of Directors wants its members and other participants of the forums to continue to interact, generate dialogue, exchange ideas and information, and share with people who are making a difference in the Savannah community,” says Diana Harvey Johnson, President, Pinnacle Communications Corporation, consultant to the HCFS. The informal breakfast forums bring together

Benjamin “DJPro2kall” Adams, Owner, 31s Enterprises, LLC
Benjamin “DJPro2kall” Adams, Owner, 31s Enterprises, LLC
a diverse audience of business owners, clergy, elected officials, neighbor hood leaders and community advocates to access the status and address the needs of African Americans and the entire community of the Savannah-Chatham County area.

Presenters Real Estate Broker and investor Charles Gilyard of Rawls Realty, Kertina Johnson, owner, Johnson’s Florist, Ned Williams, owner, Alpha Repair & Maintenance, LLC, Gwen Lowe, owner, Your Bookkeeping & Tax Service, and Benjamin “DJPro2kall” Adams, owner, 31s Enterprises, LLC. Businessman and Attorney Ron Christopher will serve as moderator.

Bobby L. Adams, President, B and B Demolition, Inc. and V. P. of the HCFS, will co-sponsor this month’s forum. For more information, please call Julia Wright at 233-0855 or 927- 8425 or e-mail HungryClub-

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