Pet Hotel

Black-Owned Pet Hotels for Traveling Pet Owners

There was once an old saying, “A dog is man’s best friend.” And sure, we certainly love our pets. But traveling with a dog or cat can be a challenge. Fortunately, Black-owned pet hotels are a welcome retreat for pets AND their owners. What are Pet Hotels? A pet hotel is an overnight living space for pets to stay […]

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Salt Flats

How to Buy Black While Visiting Utah’s Salt Flats

The Bonneville Salt Flats are a vast and breathtaking landscape in northwestern Utah. The flats are a remnant of the Pleistocene epoch, and were formed when the nearby Lake Bonneville dried up. True to their name, the Bonneville Salt Flats are a natural formation made from salt pans, or areas of ground covered with salt and other minerals. Today, […]

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20 Black-Owned Clothing and Accessories Companies in Austin, Texas

Check out these Black-owned clothing and accessories companies next time you’re in Austin, Texas. Buying local and buying Black-owned are great ways to give back to the community when visiting. Splurge on some clothing from a unique creator. Or, even some accessories. This list includes African- inspired clothing and delicate and classy jewelry. It also includes […]

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Black-Owned

5 Black-Owned Companies Dedicated to Keeping Our Community Fit

Health is wealth as they say, so it’s a worthwhile investment. How do you center self-care? Do you like taking high- intensity interval training (HIIT) or boot camp classes where you can work up a sweat with others? Do you prefer workouts that are more dance- based like Zumba or pole dance? How about something with […]

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B Luxury Essentials

Entrepreneur Bridget Francis is the First Black Woman to Create a Travel Friendly Sanitary Solutions Company

Hotels can be a bit, well, gross. Regardless of how nice the hotel is, sometimes the sheets and towels aren’t cleaned properly. Serial entrepreneur and New Orleans native Bridget Francis experienced this and wanted to find a solution. Francis, a self-described “germaphobe” started traveling with her own towels and bedsheets. However, the extra baggage and costs in fees […]

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Casa ELM

Inside Casa ELM: A Black-Owned Luxury, Adults-Only, Guesthouse in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Welcome to Casa ELM, a Black-owned luxury, adults-only, community-facing boutique in San Miguel de Allende. Focused on expanding the horizons for Black expats looking to make the move, this space screams exquisite.  “Enjoy a glass of wine on one of two balconies, spend time stretching and meditating in the meditation studio, stretch out with a book […]

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Cookies

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth with These 10 Black-Owned Cookie Companies

African-American cuisine has inspired food cultures and palettes around the world. From desserts to fried chicken, the Black influence can be tasted in restaurants and in kitchens everywhere. That same influence has trickled over into baked goods. With National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day just passed, there’s no better way to celebrate than by indulging in […]

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Stew's Hardwood LLC

Stew’s Hardwood LLC: A Family Tradition of Entrepreneurship

Kansas City native Christopher Vernon Stewart is a jack of all trades. The “do it all” carpenter/handyman/businessman, etc., is the founder of his own home improvement company, Stew’s Hardwood LLC, which opened in 2011. He is also co-owner of real estate investment firm KCS Culture. Typical of young men in the area, Chris grew up […]

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Brian Lamb Named One of the Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America

Brian Lamb, executive vice president, head of wealth and asset management, Fifth Third Bank (NASDAQ: FITB), has been named to Savoy Magazine’s 2018 list of the Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America. “I am excited to see Brian recognized with this well-deserved honor. Brian is an inspirational leader with both strong character and outstanding […]

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Restauranteur Leah Abraham Shares her Recipe of Success of Hiring Locally and Giving Back

The second Quick Chat video in the three-part series Hidden Talent, sponsored by Walmart, highlights Restaurant Owner Leah Abraham as she shares how hiring locally in Harlem has helped her business grow from humble roots to an in-demand hotspot. Through her dedication to her community and the desire to contribute to Harlem’s transformation into the […]

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