(PRNewswire) – Ampro Industries, Inc. – manufacturer of Ampro Pro Styl®, the No. 1 Gel in the U.S. – is making Mickey 'MeMpHiTz' Wright Jr. the face of PomWave, the newest addition to the Shine 'n Jam® product line.
Ampro Industries, Inc. is a Memphis-based manufacturer of multi-cultural hair care and beauty products. PomWave is a styling pomade for men that Ampro pitches as uniquely "free of wax, petroleum, grease and silicones ... alcohol, parabens, sulfates and dyes...."
"To say I'm elated at the opportunity to team up with Ampro once again would be an understatement. This new, greaseless wave pomade is an amazing product that I am using daily now to maintain and optimize the appearance of my natural wave pattern," said MeMpHiTz.
The Rainbow PUSH Automotive Project, an initiative of the Citizenship Education Fund, will convene its 14th Annual Rainbow PUSH Global Automotive Summit, October 2-3, at the MGM Grand Detroit Meeting
Let me tell you a true story about one of my friends.
His city was going to allow one permit to build a medical waste facility (an environmental friendly incinerator to destroy the wastes). He recogni
The day has come for the doors of your business to open. The paint is fresh on the walls, the business cards are professionally printed and the widgets are ready to be sold. There is a little money left in the bank but not enough to cover the rent for next month or payroll.
This means that the business is officially undercapitalized.
Undercapitalization means a business does not have and cannot obtain the funds required through equity or debt for current operational expenses or to pay creditors. With little money remaining to cover the operational costs, the business is exposed to risk and potentially bankruptcy.
Fast food workers in 60 U.S. cities – including Memphis –walked off the job Thursday in a protest for higher wages.
Workers from fast food giants McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's and Yum Brands-owned KFC are calling on their employers to pay them a minimum of $15 an hour and allow them to form unions without retaliation.
Currently, the median pay for the fast food workers across the country is just over $9 an hour, or about $18,500 a year. That's roughly $4,500 lower than Census Bureau's poverty income threshold level of $23,000 for a family of four.
Warren Thompson guides the largest minority-owned restaurant/hospitality company in the country, with revenues of over $320 million. He knows about the value of partnerships.
On Wednesday (Aug. 28), Thompson, president and chairman of the Thompson Hospitality Corporation, pitched the importance of partnership and having like-minded partners while delivering the keynote address at the Economic Development Forum Power Breakfast at the Memphis Cook Convention Center.
The Mid-South Minority Business Continuum (MMBC) produces the Economic Development Forum (EDF) annually. For President & CEO Luke Yancy III and the MMBC team, the 2013 Economic Development Forum is another step in an ongoing push to grow minority and women-owned business enterprises (M/WBEs).
Next time you host a soiree, you can collect photos of the event from your guests in one album on Facebook.
The social network has added shared photo albums so people can throw photos from an event or of a common subject into a single spot. The new shared album feature, first reported by Mashable, is rolling out to English-speaking users of the social network but will eventually be available around the world.
When you create a new photo album, there will be a new button that says "Make Shared Album." Click and add up to 50 other people you want contributing to the album. Each person can upload 200 photos for a maximum of 10,000 images in a single shared album. Every contributor can tag, edit and give captions to the photos they add.