Houston Black Book receives Star Business Achiever Award
The Houston Black Book recently received the Star Business Achiever Award at the Tri-County Black Chamber’s fifth annual Plan of Work Conference.
Entering its fifth year, the Houston Black Book is recognized for its quality and commitment to socioeconomic development. Its website has an open calendar for keeping up-to-date on what’s happening in the Greater Houston/Galveston area’s African-American community and for members of the community to post their own events. Publisher Craig L. Amos accepted the award.
"We all aspire to monetary gain, but working for the greater good of the community is just as vital," said Amos. "That’s what makes both our company and the Chamber similar and dynamic. We employ the use of innovative business ideas and exceptional forethought to provide its members and customers with unparalleled opportunities to respectfully showcase our businesses and unique cultural compositions."
Tri-County Chamber of Commerce, established five years ago, is an organization comprised of a new generation of business professionals and has installed Galveston County as a new service area.
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