(BPRW) 2020 Young, Gifted & Black (YGB) Entrepreneurial Awards Committee Selects Nominee ButterMEssential for 2020 Small Business Development Award
(Black PR Wire) The 2020 Young, Gifted & Black (YGB) Entrepreneurial Awards Committee Selects Nominee ButterMEssential for 2020 Small Business Development Award. The Small Business Development Award is given to a business that impacts and influences their industry, society, and continues to embrace an entrepreneurial spirit.
In 2019 ButterMEssentials was awarded Caribbean Life Newspaper Carib Impact Award at Paradise Catering Hall in Brooklyn.
The 15th Annual Young, Gifted & Black (YGB) Entrepreneurial Awards Black Tie Awards Dinner & Reception will be held on Wednesday, February 26, 2020 in New York
About: ButterMEssentials – The Brooklyn-based company ButterMEssentials is a family owned company run by Mrs. Negesti Pinnock and her husband and partner Vayden Pinnock. ButterMEssentials line of products includes hair, bath and body products for women, men and children. Bath and body products are made to make your skin feel silky. Customers have been providing great reviews for our products; as our products focus on the nourishment of the hair and skin.
ButtterMEssentials products are loaded with butter, natural oils and lovely fragrances (such as essential oils and other fragrances). The company specializes in hair butter, hair elixirs, non-sulfate shampoo bars, non-sulfate shampoos and conditioners, herbal hair moisturizing, lotion bars, body butter, and luxury handmade soaps. ButterMEssentials does not use parabens and petroleum; as we only use mineral oil nourishing products. We also mix our products with Aloe Vera, Natural Extracts, Herbal Infusions, and products used for healing the body. As our model states above “You deserved to be buttered.”
In July of 2019 ButterMEssentials opened it first physical location at 688 Nostrand Ave. Unit 1 Brooklyn, New York 11221
To view ButterMEssentials entire catalog of products or to order product(s) today online visit: http://buttermessentials.com?afmc=5g
Remember ButterMEssentials model “You deserved to be Buttered.”
The YGB Entrepreneurial Awards program is a platform to honor our “Unsung Heroes & Heroines” within our communities during Black History Month.
Here is a list of current nominees, former honorees & supporters to name a few: (2020 Nominees) Consul General for Jamaica in New York, Alsion Wilson, Brooklyn Borough President, Eric L. Adams, Celebrity Chef Ameer Natson ,TD Bank Vice President & Senior Regional Giving Manager, Dr. Yvonne Riley-Tepie, Associate General Counsel of S&P Global Ratings, Kira N. Brereton-Paul, Esq , Professor Emeritus, Kamau Brathwaite;
(Former Honorees): US House of Representative Yvette D. Clarke, Essence Editor-and-Chief Emeritus, Susan Taylor, Commissioner of New York at Small Business Services(SBS), Gregg Bishop, Chief Growth Officer (CGO) at MetroPlus Health Plan, Roger Millner, R&B Artist & Grammy Producer, Gordon Chambers, Philanthropist of Macdella Cooper Foundation, Macdella Cooper, Brooklyn Chop House & I-Hop Franchiser, Robert “Don Pooh” Cummins ; Phil Andrews, President, Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc./Two Term Past President, 100 Black Men of Long Island, Inc.
(Supporters) U.S. Senator Kevin Parker, U.S. Senator Leroy Comrie, U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, NYC Mayor’s Office, Phil Andrews, President, Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc./Two Term Past President, 100 Black Men of Long Island, Inc.
For more information or to purchase tickets for the 2020 Young, Gifted & Black (YGB) Entrepreneurial Awards visit https://www.ygbawards.com/
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