ALABAMA BLACK PAGES UNVEILS FIRST DIRECTORY OF BLACK BUSINESSES
(Birmingham, AL) - Alabama Black Pages will release the first ever Black Business Directory in digital and print form for those interested in partnering or doing business with African American business owners in Alabama. This will be a great resource for special events, conferences, new residents who move to Alabama, vacationers and those simply want to support Black owned businesses. The directory will include restaurants, hotels, spas, retail stores and other special attractions for visitors to Alabama.
“Alabama has fifteen Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). As a business owner who caters to HBCU’s and Greek Organizations, I have a store-front and customers can also order online. This will be a great way for my business to reach potential customers who are not located in my immediate area,” said Charles Lawson owner of L & O Greek Specialties located in Birmingham, Alabama.
Black Business owners are encouraged to visit www.alabamablackpages.com to list their business in the digital directory. For those business owners who interested in the print directory, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Advertisement is open to African Americans in business and companies or agencies that have an interest in reaching the African American community.