Crawl. Walk. And run to support.
A number of people likely are aware of the adage, "Learn to crawl before you learn to walk".
This is beyond just the actual process of partaking of this action of movement. The "crawl" can range from learning more about something before proceeding and things of that sort. When you learn more, you can to more.
And this applies to an event taking place this Saturday, March 23rd, from 9am to 3pm.
The East Point/College Park chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is hosting its inaugural Black Business Crawl. With a requested arrival (for all attendees) at 8:15am at the Atlanta Technical College's Dennard Center, this intimate engagement opportunity (limited to 50 people) provides a unique engagement opportunity with multiple segments of the business community. Transportation is provided from the center, as the day is complete with a private shipping experience to support emerging black-owned shops and restaurants, the crawl conclude with lunch.
And not just any lunch; thanks to Chef Jason Dudley, a delicious catered meal is provided to all attendees.
Your $30 ticket purchase (click HERE to purchase your ticket) covers your entire cost for a great day experience (transportation, lunch, and the overall access/experience).
Reflective of the community programming and overall excellence associated with the chapter (since its chartering on December 1, 1979) along with the sorority's overall founding (on January 13, 1913), this Saturday is another way to lend support to an emerging business community.
Crawl, then walk. And then run.