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Category: News

05 June

The St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce presents: Coronavirus Impact Insights. Click the play arrow above to watch the full video.  On this episode, Hillary Van Dyke and Joshua Bean, co-founders of Green Book of Tampa Bay join Chris Steinocher, CEO of the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce, and Joe Hamilton, publisher of the St. Pete […]

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03 June

TAMPA, Fla. – Entrepreneurs say one way to make an impact during the nation’s reckoning following the murder of George Floyd is to support black-owned businesses. Karita Lee is known as “Ms. Kay” to her customers, and she owns Kay’s Kitchen on North 30th Street in Tampa… read more.

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02 May

This area of St. Petersburg, the area around 22nd Street South and 9th Avenue South, was the former hub of black businesses, homes, and entertainment during the time of segregation. St. Petersburg’s 22nd Street, dubbed “The Deuces” after its double 2’s, was the heart of a vibrant and prosperous African-American community on St. Pete’s South […]

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01 May

COVID Recovery & Resiliency Initiative In March 2020, COVID-related shutdowns began to have an immediate and devastating effect on the economy of South St. Petersburg, the 25-square mile area where 80% of St. Petersburg’s black population resides. In response, the One Community partner network created #InThisTogether – a comprehensive system of support for entrepreneurs whose […]

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01 May

Green Book of Tampa Bay highlights area’s black vendors and businesses ST. PETERSBURG — Describing itself as a “mobile travel guide,” Green Book of Tampa Bay is an online resource that offers its readers information on African American cultural sites, black artists and black-owned businesses in Pinellas and Hillsborough counties. The site was created by […]

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