For franchise owners, petNmind has created a simple and affordable pet supply and service concept. Its small footprint and simplicity is ideal for entrepreneurs starting out, but it’s also robust enough for experienced entrepreneurs and/or investors to command the majority of pet parents’ attention in their communities, and scale quickly.
Through the brand partnership, Outdoorsy Black Women and REI will share and promote content, such as photos and videos, on social media. Outdoorsy Black Women has also agreed to promote REI through its app, and REI will supply merchandise and staff for the organization’s events, as well as provide funds for travel.
In 2010, VUU agreed to a deed of easement, which allowed the university to receive $340,000 from the National Park Service to fund the restoration of the tower and adjoining Belgian Building.
As part of the easement, VUU agreed not to alter the tower or building. The contract specifically restricts large signs, billboards or other advertising on the building’s exterior.
U.S. Navy Recruiting Outreach and Diversity has announced the establishment of the “Divine Nine” Ambassador program to build stronger relationships with students, faculty, administration, and alumni at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
Georgia Public Broadcasting
HBCUs have long been underfunded by federal and state governments. But this time, because of the way federal COVID relief money was allocated, these schools got a lot of it. For one thing, much of the funding targeted schools that serve more low-income students, which HBCUs do. And there was a whole other pot of money — $5.2 billion — just for HBCUs.
“Collaborations between academia and the private sector can help students prepare for success. That’s especially true for HBCUs because their mission is so vital,” said Justina Nixon-Saintil, vice president, IBM Corporate Social Responsibility and ESG
IN THE NEWS
The Detroit News
That Abrams would need to hold an event designed to garner more support among Black Georgians in the final stretch of her campaign for governor is emblematic of one of the more surprising — and for Abrams, troubling — developments in the race.