Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano recognized, and awarded the contributions of, all types of Black Businesses – including American, African, Jamaican and Haitian – that provide exceptional service.
Citations were presented at the 2015 New York Black Businesses Awards ceremony, held at the African American Museum in Hempstead on Friday.
The Black Business Awards is a company that was created to raise awareness of the Black Businesses within the neighborhood and to provide a platform where ALL types of Black Businesses can shine. The company’s chairman is Phil Andrews of the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce which was chosen as the Best 2015 Chamber of Commerce.
“I would like to congratulate the distinguished businesses being honored today for their contributions and successes within their communities and throughout Nassau County,” County Executive Mangano said. “I commend the Black Business Awards Team for their hard work in putting today’s event together and for providing a platform for these emerging businesses to be recognized for their accomplishments.”
This year’s honorees include:
• Militia Fight Academy (Martial Arts & Fitness).
• Inkwell Customs in Baldwin (Screen Printing and Embroidery.)
• Orange Skye Body and Beauty Bar (Massage & Spa Therapy.)
• The Dollicia F. Holloway Memorial Foundation.
• Moore Styles Hair Salon.
• Taste the Island (Haitian Cuisine.)
• S.J. Edwards (Health, Life and Medical Insurance.)
• Dance Space (Dance Instruction.)
• Successful Auto Driving School.
• Raymond & Associates (Accountant / CPA.)
• St. Marthe (Haitian) Bakery.
• All Star Cuts (Barber Shop.)
• Gabby Beauty Supplies.
• Presava Boutique.
• More Steak than Philly.
• Tropical Jerk (Carribbean Cuisine.)
• Swirl Bliss (Frozen Desserts.)
• Flutter Lash & Brow.
• The Brat Shack (Party Store & Supplies.)
• Rashadema Boutique & Bridal.