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Black-Owned Businesses In Focus For ‘Business At Bayou Classic’

Black owned businesses in focus for ‘Business at Bayou Classic’

Black-owned businesses in focus for ‘Business at Bayou Classic’

Black owned businesses in focus for ‘Business at Bayou Classic’

SPECIAL EACH YEAR. YES, WE DO. SO MANY JAGUAR AND TIGER FANS PRE-GAMING AT THE HYATT REGENCY HOTEL FOR BUSINESS AT BAYOU CLASSIC. IT’S A BUSINESS FAIR WHERE BLACK OWNED BUSINESSES WERE ABLE TO SHOWCASE CASE THEIR GOODS AND NETWORK. WDSU REPORTER ARIELLE BRUMFIELD IS LIVE AND HAS MORE ON THIS EVENT. WELL, YOU GUYS, I TALKED TO SO MANY BUSINESSES TODAY WHO ARE JUST EXCITED TO BE HERE, SHOWCASING THEIR PRODUCTS AND OF COURSE, CONNECTING WITH ONE ANOTHER. AND THAT WAS THE BLACK FRIDAY THAT A LOT OF PEOPLE WERE LOOKING FORWARD TO HEAR ABOUT MY BABIES. AND THEY’RE ALL ACTUALLY INSPIRED BY DIFFERENT SCRIPTURES FROM THE BIBLE. IT’S BEEN A LABOR OF LOVE CENTERED ON FAITH FOR ALEXANDRIA RASHAD, OWNER OF GOD MADE JESUS SAVES HANDMADE CREATIONS. GOD GAVE ME THIS BUSINESS BACK IN DURING THE PANDEMIC IN 2020. I HAD A DREAM AND HE SHOWED ME THE NAME FOR THE BUSINESS GOD MADE IN JESUS SAVED RASHAD, WHO MAKES HANDMADE JEWELRY FROM POLYMER. CLAY SAYS HER GOAL IS TO SHOW HER CUSTOMERS THAT GOD MADE THEM WONDERFULLY AND SHE CREATES JEWELRY TO REFLECT THAT EACH INDIVIDUAL PIECE IS UNIQUELY MADE WITH THE SCRIPTURE. BUT THE BUG TO EMPOWER WOMEN DIDN’T JUST BITE. ONE RASHAD SISTER, YOUR HAIR SHOULD BE AN OUTWARD EXPRESSION OF INNER GROWTH. THE RASHAD SISTERS ARE A DUO. JOHN IS THE OWNER OF FLOURISH HAIRCARE. SHE TURNED LEMONS INTO LEMONADE AFTER A BAD PERM LEFT HER HAIR DAMAGED. SHE SHE SELLS BODY BUTTERS SHAMPOO OILS WITH ALL FIVE SIMPLE INGREDIENTS, ALL NATURAL. HOW YOUR HAIR LOOKS IS A REPRESENTATION OF HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT YOURSELF. AND SO WHEN YOUR HAIR FEELS GOOD, YOU FEEL GOOD. THESE SISTERS ARE JUST TWO OUT OF 100 SMALL BUSINESSES WHO SET UP SHOP FOR BUSINESS AT BAYOU CLASSIC. TODAY, OUR BLACK FRIDAY IS BEING HELD AT BUSINESS AT BAYOU, AND THE ECONOMIC IMPACT FROM IT IS GOING TO EXCEED IN THE HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS AS WE ARE CIRCULATING THIS MONEY THROUGH OUR COMMUNITY IN OPPORTUNITY TO CIRCULATE THE BLACK DOLLAR IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY. PERFECT FOR UP AND COMING BEAUTY MOGUL AJ DILLON WITH SAUCIER COSMETICS AND CAJUN NATION WITH CAJUN SEASONINGS, A SEASONING COMPANY THAT BLOSSOMED DURING THE PANDEMIC. LIKE EVERYTHING YOU NAME, I HAVE SO IT’S AN ALL NATURAL. IT WON’T BREAK YOU OUT. IT HELPS WITH CRACK, PEELING DRY LIPS. AND MY MAIN INGREDIENTS IS ALOE VERA. AND I STARTED WHEN I WAS 11 YEARS OLD. ONE OF THE THINGS IS TO MAKE SURE THAT WE NETWORK AND MEET PEOPLE THAT WE CAN GROW WITH, AND WE CAN ALSO HELP GROW. AND JUST TO GET THE BRAND OUT HERE FOR BRAND EXPOSURE. AND THIS WAS THE THIRD ANNUAL BUSINESS AT BAYOU CLASSIC WEEKEND HERE, HELD AT THE HYATT REGENCY. REPORTING ON LOYOLA,

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Black-owned businesses in focus for ‘Business at Bayou Classic’

Black owned businesses in focus for ‘Business at Bayou Classic’

Business at Bayou Classic kicked off for the 3rd annual event Friday at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. The event is presented by the Louisiana Chamber of Commerce Foundation, in partnership with the Bayou Classic. Around 100 vendors set up shop showcasing an array of events ranging from clothing, beauty products, food and much more. “Today, our Black Friday is being held at Business at Bayou and the economic impact is going to exceed the hundreds of millions of dollars as we are circulating this money through our community,” said Kalisha Garrett, vice president of the Louisiana Chamber of Commerce Foundation. WDSU News spoke with several small businesses: God Made, Jesus Saves Handmade Creations by Alexandria RichardFlourish Hair Care by Ajahn RichardSassy A Cosmetics by Asia DillonCajun Nation, Cajun Seasonings by co-owner Alfonzo Bolden

NEW ORLEANS —

Business at Bayou Classic kicked off for the 3rd annual event Friday at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.

The event is presented by the Louisiana Chamber of Commerce Foundation, in partnership with the Bayou Classic.

Around 100 vendors set up shop showcasing an array of events ranging from clothing, beauty products, food and much more.

“Today, our Black Friday is being held at Business at Bayou and the economic impact is going to exceed the hundreds of millions of dollars as we are circulating this money through our community,” said Kalisha Garrett, vice president of the Louisiana Chamber of Commerce Foundation.

WDSU News spoke with several small businesses:

God Made, Jesus Saves Handmade Creations by Alexandria Richard

Flourish Hair Care by Ajahn Richard

Sassy A Cosmetics by Asia Dillon

Cajun Nation, Cajun Seasonings by co-owner Alfonzo Bolden

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