Jaleel Hampton is the second place winner of BMOA’s My City is Fly competition. We had an opportunity to discuss
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Recently, the Black McDonald’s Operators Association presented “My City’s Fly” peace rally and block party on the West Side of
On Saturday, June 20, the Black McDonald’s Owners Association (BMOA) of Greater Houston will give away 100 bikes at the
The Greater Atlanta McDonald’s Operators Association invites customers at select restaurants in metro Atlanta to experience “Create Your Taste.”
I walked into my favorite McDonald's on 14th Street and Northside Drive in Atlanta and it was totally different inside.
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McDonald’s has been a proud sponsor of the CIAA for 10 years. During the 2015 CIAA, McDonald’s held several events,
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Taylormade Marketing LLC celebrated 15 years in business on Tuesday, Dec. 16 at the Piedmont Room at Park Tavern.
This Saturday, Grambling University and Prairie View A&M University will face off at the Southwest Airlines State Fair Football Classic.
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Frederick Walker is an entrepreneur who has built a diverse portfolio. He graduated in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science
Check out more images from the 2014 Chicago Gospel Music Festival in the photo gallery below.
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Last night, to kick off 20th Essence Festival 2014 in New Orleans, McDonald’s hosted an event at Café Reconcile. Café
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It was the Apostle Paul who first insisted that women cover their heads during worship (1 Corinthians 11:5). Since then,