New York State’s Largest African American Chamber LIAACC’s President Interviewed On The Worldwide Grapevine Tv Present
The President of the largest African American Chamber in New York State, LIAACC, was interviewed on the international television program Grapevine. The Grapevine is a television show that has gone from an idea on the blackboard to a show that deals with everyday life.
The grapevine has been serving the New York community for more than 15 years and is focused on the lives of those who live in New York and how their lives will affect them now and in the future. The program is broadcast in Westchester County, Queens, Long Island, and Manhattan and airs at night each week (check your local TV list).
The main demographics are 15 to 60 year olds and mostly men and women. It is broadcast once a week. The grapevine is and remains the voice of the whole community.
Interview with the President of LIAACC on the international TV program Grapevine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCsa3efFue8&t=1689s
Recently LIAACC launched a campaign to retool, realign, and rebuild black business in upstate New York. As the largest African American Chamber of Commerce in New York State, Long Island, Inc. (LIAACC) has raised the bar for a black chamber in New York State.
Long Island, Inc.’s African American Chamber of Commerce serves the counties of Kings, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk.
As the New York District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration 2019 Small Business Champion for 14 Counties in Downstate, New York, we’ll be engaging with small business owners extensively to join our efforts to rebuild black businesses in New York.
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“At Long Island, Inc. African American Chamber of Commerce, we believe that our chamber will have a significant impact on the scale, size, and growth of small business owners in the region for many years to come.
One of our goals in the chamber is to reach out to the communities in our region to provide them with compelling information on why small business owners should join the chamber.
In the United States, a Chamber of Commerce is known to be one of the most famous and influential organizations in markets across America. “Phil Andrews, President of the African American Chamber of Commerce of Long Island, Inc.
For more information on membership, corporate sponsorship opportunities, or being added to the Long Island, Inc. African American Chamber of Commerce email list, email or call us today at email@example.com Call us at 347-475-7158. Visit our chamber online at www.liaacc.org
To request information on sponsorship inquiries, guest appearances or advertising opportunities from The international grapevine television show Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (347) 727-9015.