Actress Tasha Smith, Comedian J. Anthony Brown, And Hip Hop Artist Special Ednamed Celebrity Guest
During the expo, it is expected that many African-American owned businesses and other vendors will showcase their products and services to the public.The event also features seminars, workshops, celebrity guests, youth activities &live entertainment
By: Spike Spillberg Media Group
Smith is known for her role in Daddy's Little Girls, a Tyler Perry-directed movie, where she played the villain Jennifer. She next starred in Perry's Why Did I Get Married? alongside Janet Jackson and Jill Scott. Smith also has appeared on America's Next Top Model, as an acting coach, helping the models with different scenes. Also in attendance at The Raleigh Black Expo will be J. Anthony Brown, Notable comedian and Radio Personality of the Tom Joyner Morning Show and Veteran Hip Hop Artist Special Ed, best known for his hits “I Got It Made” and “I’m The Magnificent”
“This is a huge opportunity for Raleigh to be up close and personal with one of Hollywood’s Rising Stars and allows business and entertainment to meet,” said Gerry McCants, President of McCants Communications Group, Inc. “Our diverse attendees, sponsors and vendors are what makes this Expo unique and special.”
One of the largest events of its kind directly targeting the African-American community, the Raleigh Black Expo will engage, inspire and unite all that attend. Juneteenth: A Celebration of Family is the theme of the event. The Raleigh Black Expo is presented by McCants Communications Group, Inc., publishers of the Black Pages USA directories.
During the expo, it is expected that many African-American owned businesses and other vendors will showcase their products and services to the public. It is also a unique opportunity for major corporations and government entities to develop viable working relationships with minority-owned businesses while marketing their products and services to a growing consumer market. The event also features seminars, workshops, celebrity guests, youth activities and live entertainment.
The Expo will also feature The State of Black Business Breakfast Presented by Wachovia Bank/ A Wells Fargo Company on Thursday June 17th at St. Augustine College MLK Ballroom; workshops on Obtaining Small Business Loans; and a special VIP Reception that Black Expo sponsors and exhibitors will be invited to attend.
The Raleigh Black Expo is sponsored by Fifth Third Bank, Enterprise Rent A Car, Fox News 50, Wachovia Bank A Wells Fargo Company, NCIMED, and Black Pages USA.
For more information on securing an exhibitor booth or being a Black Expo sponsor, call McCants Communications Group, Inc. at 877-273-1709 or visit blackexpoweb.com.