The Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce and Texas A&M University of School of Law held a reception for newly appointed African American leaders in local government and corporate America.
When Tarrant County Commissioners voted unanimously this month to donate about 12 acres of land to the state for creation of a new veterans’ home in Fort Worth, it was the culmination of months of collaboration between Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush and the Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce.
Richard Burnett, a longtime FWMBCC supporter and devoted public servant to the Fort Worth community, died last month.
Darryl Brewer, owner of MAGIC CARWASH & DETAIL in Fort Worth, has been hired as the new economic development manager for the Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce, President & CEO Devoyd Jennings announced last month..
Darnell Sapp has been cutting hair for 20 years, and six months ago he began teaching the art and the business of barbering by opening a school in southeast Fort Worth.
With inspiring words from one of the honored guests and the stirring music of a talented young musician/singer, the annual “Bring Meetings Home” luncheon was a very moving occasion.
About 600 business, political and community leaders joined with the Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce June 1 for the organization’s 38th Annual Luncheon held at the Downtown Hilton Hotel.
As the FWMBCC’s Annual Film and Movie Institute begins its 26th year, volunteers and sponsors are needed to make this year’s event a successful one.
Dr. Marie Holliday was one of the first tenants in Sundance Square and one of the first members of the FWMBCC. Check out the video to learn more!