The CD-based Black Dollar Days Task Force is putting together their 22nd Edition of the African American Business Directory, and business managers have until December 12 to submit their listing.
Started in 1988, Black Dollar Days is based out of 21st and Yesler and is also responsible for the Clean Greens Farm and Market, among other programs. The organization intends to “promot[e] the principles of self-help and self-determination through economic justice,” according to their website. The business directory is one such effort.
For the first time, businesses can get a short listing for free. There are also paid opportunities for ads and longer listings.
More details from Black Dollar Days:
We are in the process of updating the 22nd Edition of the African American Business directory. This year, for the first time you will be able to put your four lines listing in the directory for free. Any additional lines are 25.00, and additional categories are 25.00. We need more participation in the directory. The directory is a valuable resource for small businesses. We need your help to continue this publication. This directory now includes all small businesses. This is the last notice you will receive, so place your order today. Business cards, one fourth page, half page, full page and sponsorship prices you will find on the rate sheet at http://blackdollar.org/pdf/2013-AABD_Media_Kit.pdf . Deadline is December 12, 2012