#AGGC is looking for Unsung Community Heroes

Do you know of someone doing amazing things in their church, community and business but rarely gets any recognition?

The 11th Annual A.G. Gaston Conference will award its first A.G. Gaston Community Service Award to a deserving indivdidual who exhibits the characteristics of A.G. Gaston.

Haven’t heard of A.G. Gaston? Read about him here -> READ MORE! and while you’re on the site, complete the form to nominate someone that Gaston would be proud to honor.

Community Award Nominate Now

Submit your nomination today!  

The deadline is Sunday, January 25th.  Recipient must be registered and present to receive the award.  Finalists will be notified by February 1st.


[Late] Breaking News: Womack joins Birmingham Business Resource Center

I almost forgot to share the latest news with my blogger family…

The Birmingham Business Resource Center announces LaKesha Womack of Womack Consulting Group as their newest associate.  LaKesha has almost fifteen years of consulting experience in a variety of industries including manufacturing, publishing, technology, retail services, financial services and transportation. Her firm specializes in business development, brand management, not for profit organization and political strategy services. Womack, a Vanderbilt graduate, recently relocated to Birmingham to attend Beeson Divinity School at Samford University.

BBRC is looking forward to working with Womack Consulting Group to continue providing training, lending and advocacy programs that assist entrepreneurs interested in increasing their capacity, their access to capital and their customer base.

For more information about Womack Consulting Group, visit http://WomackCG.com

For more information about the Birmingham Business Resource Center, visit http://bbrc.biz