Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Why Building Social Fabric In The Community Still Has A Major Impact On Our Economy

Why building the social fabric in the community still has the ability to economically empower our community. Social fabric takes time, consideration, dedication, and work ethic in the manner in which we interact in our communities on a regular basis throughout our days, weeks, months, and years of our lives.

I am elated about the work that the Southeast Queens Scoop is doing to bring the community news that will shape how we think, act and plan into the future. It is said that a picture is a thousand words! In this excerpt I will be placing images that show and tell that community building is just not something we talk about as action speaks louder than words.

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams hosting the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce at Borough Hall.

National Small Business Week Honorees and Supporters at the New York Office of the United States Small Business Administration Small Business Awards.

Join us in our movement to empower our communities, as my mentor has quoted "wherever our interest are at stake we must be at the table." For more information on the programs and activities of the Chamber of Commerce or to become a member of the chamber of Commerce visit www.liaacc.org

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