HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — This yr’s Black Restaurant Week within the Metropolis of Huntsville will kick off on June 11.
Black Restaurant Week is a neighborhood, annual occasion highlighting enterprise house owners and entrepreneurs within the meals service business. The week is geared toward encouraging assist of those companies, most of that are small companies.
This yr’s kick off will start with the “Meals for Thought: A Neighborhood Dialog in regards to the Meals Service Trade” neighborhood discussion board, in partnership with Drake State Neighborhood & Technical School and the Metropolis of Huntsville’s Workplace of Multicultural Affairs.
The discussion board might be held on June 10 on the Drake State campus cafeteria. Featured audio system embody Maurice Russell of G’s Nation Kitchen, Allen Noble of Noble Eats, Jerry Mitchell of the North Alabama African-American Chamber of Commerce, Pammie Jimmar of the Huntsville-Madison County Chamber of Commerce, Vicki Morris of Face-to-Face Advertising, and Darwin McDaniel of Drake State. The panel might be moderated by radio present host and Huntsville’s Multicultural Affairs Officer Kenny Anderson.
Seating for the discussion board is restricted to 45 individuals, and might be discovered right here.
“Black Restaurant Week is an superior time to generate neighborhood assist for a few of our native companies that present the chance to entry nice dishes and drinks and to create a spirit of neighborhood engagement across the frequent themes of eating and fellowship,” mentioned James Swan, discovered and proprietor of Black Restaurant Week LLC.
Along with the discussion board, SOUL FEST ALABAMA has been tapped a brand new occasion to deliver meals vehicles, distributors, and music as a part of the annual Juneteenth commemoration on June 19.
For extra details about Black Restaurant Week, contact James Swan at 281-798-2407 or Kenny Anderson at 256-883-3993.
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