Vinegar Hill Magazine Joins Sponsors for the Black Business Expo

Black Business Expo announcement

Vinegar Hill Magazine Joins Sponsors for the Black Business Expo. WTJU 91.1 FM and Lifeview Marketing present the fourth annual Charlottesville-Albemarle Black Business Expo – Saturday, September 26, virtually.

The Black Business Expo supports and celebrates local black-owned businesses. It is a FREE event designed to celebrate and encourage the success of black-owned businesses locally and beyond.

Since 2017, the Black Business Expo has featured and served scores of black-owned businesses as part of the Freefall Festival at IX Art Park. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s Expo will be held virtually.

More information is available at blackbusinessexpo.org.

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