NASHVILLE MAYOR MEGAN BARRY CELEBRATES FEMALE ENTREPRENUER

When successful entrepreneur Tunisia Scott launched the Tennessee Minority Pages (TNP) she knew that more good things were on the horizon. Nashville’s first female Mayor Megan Barry endorsed and still supports President/CEO Tunisia Scott/TNP and see’s the professional partnership as another plus for the continuous growth of the city. The city known as Music City USA is rapidly on the move and as housing, businesses and new ventures join the upward bound movement, TNP remains available for nurturing each growth. The TNP has three different properties: 1.The tangible full color high gloss magazine style ad book, 2. Innovative updated, ongoing high volume website and client feature blog (Spotlight Tennessee) and 3. An amazing social media presence, with followers. Affordable yes, but as the age old adage goes: “If you don’t promote your entity or business, it is like winking in the dark and no one knows what is going on but you.” How true that is but doesn’t have to be. Mayor Barry encourages both Nashvillian’s and others seeking to tap into the wealth of growth and opportunity in Nashville, to support TNP and become a part of their success today. “More Than a Directory, Better than a Magazine,” Tunisia is remaining true to this statement with a directory full of advertisements for old and new business associations. Local minority business profiles and listings, along with highlights of city movers and shakers who are driving the professional bar higher and higher. Tennessee Minority Pages 26th Edition reflects the Middle Tennessee landscape, as it is ever increasing the visibility of diverse communities that make up today’s, Middle Tennessee. The Directory will be a reflection and a platform for minority businesses and thus, a platform that showcases our city’s diversity in a way in which we can all be proud. For additional locations and more information on becoming a part of this 21st century movement, contact Tennessee Minority Pages. (615) 900-4370 PR@TNMINORITYPAGES.COM http://tnminoritypages.com/

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