Price Celebrates Contributions of Black Business Leaders

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CouncilmanCurren D. Price Jr. celebrated the incredible contributions of some of LA’s most prominent African-American business leaders this week, during the final days of Black History month. Price recognized local business leaders who have dedicated decades  to expanding career and economic development opportunities for African-American business owners including Jacque Bee and Crystal Mitchell, co-directors of Recycling Black Dollars, Earl “Skip” Cooper, founder of the Black Business Association, Gene Hale, President of G&C Equipment Corporation and founding member of the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Congress, and Madame MC Townsend, President of the Regional Black Chamber of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley.

“These individuals are all consummate professionals whose vital contributions to economic development in the Greater Los Angeles African American community have been invaluable,” Councilman Price said.

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