Dominion Medical Associates
- Urban Views Weekly
- Associated Insurance Systems Services, Inc.
- Influential Family Services, Inc.
- WUPV CW Richmond - Bounce TV Tracie Spencer
- JB Bryan Financial Group, Inc.
- Aron Stewart
- Nedra L. Blizzard, CPA, PLLC
- Bodies & Beyond Gym and Fitness
- Majestic Milestone
- U.S. Small Business Administration
- Fiscal Fitness Tax & Financial Services, Inc.
- A W Smith Small Business Solutions
- Dominion Medical Associates
- Appomattox Drugs
- Old Dominion Home Health Services, Inc.
- Davis Brothers Construction Company
- Fashion Design Center
- Soul Purpose
- TKO Cleaning Services
- United Unlimited Construction, Inc.
- Shelia Spurlock-Shaw
- Virginia Heritage Foods, Inc.
- Breath of Fresh Air - CPR & Healthcare Training Center
- S.H. Leverett Educational Consulting, LLC
- Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
- Quality Moving Services
- Jireh Construction Inc.
- Mequell Green Insurance Agency-Nationwide Insurance
- Pryor Hauling Inc.
- Commonwealth Construction Company of VA, Inc.
- Jo-Lyn Services, Inc.
- Prestige Construction Group, Inc.
- Your Paperless Office, LLC
- Amiralyn Properties
- Exquisite Rentals
- Premium Shipping
- Ropho Sales
- child Shield, U.S.A.
- Creative Youth Concepts, Inc.
- G T T Enterprises, Inc.
- New York Life
- Premiere Care Givers & Medical Career Educators
- Taylor-Made Business Services, LLC
- Daily Grace LLC
- NBC12 - WWBT
- Green-Lead Solutions LLC
- Dwight Snead Construction Company
- Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
- Organo Gold Independent Distributor
- Sistahood of Richmond
- Angela McNeal, Realtor
- The Building Bridges Academy
- ERA Woody Hogg & Associates
- An Elegant Event
- Integrity Pest Solutions
- McEachin & Gee Law Firm
- A Plus Home Health Care
- Black Cat Design
- Essence Cosmetology & Barbering Academy
- Parris Gainer Consulting Services
- Legal Shield
- Whispering Pine Martial Arts
- D & S Enterprise Cleaning Service
- Crossplatform Design
- Junior Achievement of Central Virginia
- Northwestern Mutual
- Worth Unlimited
- Powhatan Fair Association
- Four Deep Multimedia, LLC
- Ross Termite Solutions
- Spectrum Office Solutions
- Youngevity 90ForLife
- Radio One, Inc. Richmond
- Zan's Refuse Serivces
- Comcast Cable
- Forrest White Printing and Graphic Design
- 4Core Technology Group
- Boomer3 Solutions
- Commercial Investment Group
- Jeremiah Enterprises
- Balloons and Things
- Sustainable Facility Solutions
- Law Office of Alex Taylor
- Urban Development Corporation
- D & K Painting, LLC
- Chesterfield County Economic Development
- City of Richmond
- Gallery of Weave & Wigs
- James Management Group, LLC
- Retirement & Insurance Financial Services
- American Tap Room
- Kirby & Associates
- RMT Construction & Development Group
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Social Media for Social Good: Going Beyond Facebook and Twitter
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iUrban Teen Tech Founder Deena Pierott Introduces Teens to STEM Disciplines
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Check out the WTVR-6 interview with the Central VA African American Chamber of Commerce's Chairman and Founder, Mr. Ervin Clarke!
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The African American Population is by far the largest non – white race/ethnicity in Central Virginia.
Total population 1,258,000
White 780,000 62%
Black 375,000 30%
Asian 39,000 3%
Hispanic 63,000 5%
U.S. Census Bureau
New central Virginia chamber will serve the region’s growing African American businesses
Five years ago, Northern Virginia started one and now central Virginia has one as well.
A group of black business leaders led by Ervin Clarke, owner of Urban Views Weekly, has launched the Central Virginia African American Chamber of Commerce. The new chamber is an association of businesses, individuals and organizations who believe that recycling dollars within the black community is an integral part of building a more financially-sound community.
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