CLEVELAND, July 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Urban League of Greater Cleveland (ULGC), a community based nonprofit organization, established in 1917, in conjunction with 11 local minority business clients, will offer goods to the 50,000 attendees during the 4 days of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. The pop-up store will be located in 401 Huron Avenue parking lot directly across from Quicken Loan Arena entrance. There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony Monday, July 18th at 2 pm. Hours of operation for the pop-up store are Monday from 1-9 pm, Tuesday July 19-Thursday, July 21 3 pm-9 pm. Featured businesses will include: Woodbine & Company LLC., C.D. Enterprises, Selfie-Z LLC, Heads Hearts & Hands/Hall's Mark LLC, Styles of Imagination Fashions, Rustic Refuge, Tortilleria La Bamba LLC, Linda's World Design, Eduwear, LLC, Three Leaf Productions Inc., and Unlimited Adds LLC.
The Urban League of Cleveland, who will celebrate its 100 year anniversary next year, caught the eye of the RNC official due to its successful Entrepreneurship Center. The Entrepreneurship Center was established 12 years ago. The program provides minority small business with strategic planning, counseling, technical assistance, quality-based assessments, information about federal, state and local programs and more. This model has been highly successful and replicated by 12 different cities by the National Urban League. The pop-up store was made possible due to the collaboration and support of the following organizations: Republican National Convention (Committee on Arrangements); National Urban League (Urban Empowerment Fund); National Development Council; Morgan Stanley; Key Foundation; Burton D Morgan Foundation; the City of Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, and Urban League of Greater Cleveland.
About The Urban League of Cleveland
The Urban League of Greater Cleveland (ULGC), established 1917, is a community based nonprofit organization, created in response to the needs of families migrating from the South to urban cities in the North. Leveraging its assets as advocate and service provider, the ULGC helped to mitigate the issues of housing discrimination, limited access to employment, and poor landlord-tenant relations. In its 96-year history, the ULGC has delivered upon its mission to enable African Americans and other minority members to develop and exercise their potential on par with all other Americans through education, research, advocacy and provision of services. Partnering with government, corporate and other community organizations has enabled the ULGC's ability to respond effectively to the needs of those on the economic and social margins. Please visit http://ulcleveland.com/ for more information. Follow The Urban League of Cleveland on Twitter LinkedIn Facebook
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