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Minority Owned Business Fair, Jan. 15

November 30, 2017 12:03 am0 commentsViews: 3

SWEDESBORO — Are you a minority looking to increase exposure to your business or service?

There will be a Minority Owned Business Fair at the Swedesboro MLK Day Program, Jan. 15, 2018, at the Margaret Clifford School, Auburn Ave., Swedesboro.

The event will highlight the diversity of this area. Businessmen can rent a table for a nonrefundable donation of $50. Over 300 people will attend this well-received annual event.

The proceeds will be used to help fund the MLK Day Program. You can register and receive more information on our Facebook page: MLK Day Celebration, or call Tonya Holly at (856) 982-3198.

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