Support Black-owned businesses at the RTB$ Holiday Expo on Dec. 14
It's time to get some of your remaining holiday shopping done. And you can do so while supporting locally owned Black businesses at the Recycle the Black Dollar Holiday Expo.
The holiday expo takes place on Saturday, Dec. 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Johnson Controls Volunteer Center, 200 W. Pleasant St.
The event will feature over 30 vendors offering a wide variety of goods from apparel and food products to books, calendars and beauty products. And the challenge being posed to shoppers is to purchase at least one holiday gift from a Black-owned business.
You can also feel good about how your dollars are being spent, since 10% of proceeds will benefit United Way of GMWC's Reducing Barriers to Employment initiative.
The event is free and open to the public, but registration is requested. You can RSVP online.
Art and art classes
VIBEZ Creative Art Space
CreamCity Phresh LLC
Grateful Girls, Inc
Negus Enterprises LLC
Rep Wisconsin Apparel
Words & Images
Soul Brew Kombucha
WineShop At Home - Samantha Mitchell
Books and Calendars
Blogs and Media
EXPOSED The Podcast
Candles and fragrances
Bado Buna Scents & Melts
Sensational Flames, LLC
A Goodman's Desserts
Kitchen Sweets Gourmet Pound Cake
My Sweet Thang
Food, sauces and spices
A Tasty Bite Of Heaven
Kreative Fruitz by Imani Raiyne
Garden of Eden Kingdom Living
Little Junior's Gourmet Sauces
Hair, skin and beauty
Mary Kay - Christal Woodruff
Jewelry and accessories
Causey Custom Creations
FlyBlooms by Funky Fly FlowerChild
Papyrus & Charms
Wellness and coaching
Elevated Healing: Massage by La
The Brimful Life
The RTB$ Holiday Expo is sponsored by the African American Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin, Cordavii Brand Consulting, The Business Council and The Woodruff Group.
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