Women & Minority Business Owners Invited to Speak Out

Griffin & Strong, P.C. is conducting a Public Hearing to determine, in part based on the testimonies of business owners and community members, whether the City of Memphis, Tennessee has provided equal access to its procurement opportunities by minority and women owned businesses.

Nov 13, 2015, 13:17 ET from Griffin & Strong

MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov. 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Join Us for a Public Hearing

Griffin & Strong would like business owners and community members to be candid and talk about their experiences doing business or bidding with the City.  "We are soliciting both positive feedback and areas of concern based on their experiences," said Imani Strong, Deputy Project Manager.

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Mark Your Calendar

                Date/Time                                                   Location                                              

      Monday, November 16, 2015               Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library

                6:00 – 7:30pm                                    3030 Poplar Avenue 38111

At 6:00 pm there will be a Mix and Mingle with refreshments and at 6:30 pm the Public Hearing will begin.  Please note that this meeting is being presided over by Griffin & Strong, P.C. and not the City of Memphis.  GSPC will not be soliciting questions, but only comments.  Further, we will not be responding to the comments except to gain more clarity.   Also, please be aware that everything said during this hearing will be a part of the public record and all comments will be recorded and summarized for our study. There may also be an audio recording made which will also be part of the public record.

This hearing is important for you to attend because there will be policy made from this disparity study and that policy will directly affect business owners.  We thank you in advance for your support.  If you should have any questions or comments or if you would like to discuss any aspects of study we are conducting, please do not hesitate to contact us at MemphisStudy@gspclaw.com.

Learn more about the Memphis Disparity Study 2016 by visiting www.memphisdisparitystudy2016.com

Please call 901.521.1300 to RSVP.

SOURCE Griffin & Strong