Minneapolis, MN, June 03, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- BlackTwinCities.com offers Minnesota residents and visitors an online resource which showcases Black-owned business and events in the metro area. In addition, Black Twin Cities gives business owners and event promoters a place to advertise directly to the consumers they are seeking.
Black Twin Cities is more than just an online directory of businesses and events; it strives to meet the needs of African-Americans in the Twin Cities by provided the following services:
*Black Twin Cities Dating - a dating service where African-Americans can meet like-minded, local singles. BTC dating is Free to join.
*Black Twin Cities Jobs - a job board of local employment and internship opportunities. Job seekers can search for Free, and employers can post a job for a little as $99.00.
*Black Twin Cities Business Services – offering everything small businesses need to create a memorable brand: Website and logo design services, printing services, and soon to come, Small Business Seminars…all at affordable prices.
*Black Twin Cities Radio – an online, bi-weekly talk show, BTC radio features issues and individuals in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area.
*Black Twin Cities Shop – with everything from t-shirts to coffee mugs, the BTC shop allows fans to show their Black Twin Cities pride.
*Black Twin Cities Magazine – launching in July 2010, the BTC digital magazine is a business, life and style publication featuring the Black Twin Cities community.
Black Twin Cities brings together the best of Minneapolis and St. Paul, all in a comprehensive, fun and easy-to-use format. “Our users are pressed for time, but also want to know about all of the events and business available to them,” says La Juana Whitmore, Owner. “They need the information they receive to be timely, accurate and up-to-date. Our online listings provide this in a way printed publications cannot.”
How did Black Twin Cities start? Says Whitmore, “One day, in a moment of weakness, I was craving soul food, and quickly learned that all of the restaurants I’d known of were closed. After three days of searching, I finally found a wonderful place, which I loved so much that I ate there twice in one week. Upon finishing my second meal, I asked myself ‘Why was this place so hard to find?’ That night, I created a website and Facebook page called Black Twin Cities. A few short weeks later, it had over 1200 fans, and many favorable comments. I knew I was not alone.”
About Black Twin Cities
BlackTwinCities.com was created in 2010 by La Juana Whitmore, a software and business process consultant for a Minnesota based, Fortune 100 Company.
The Twin Cities African-American community can count on us to distinctively develop empowered content and deliver solutions to everyday questions. Black Twin Cities strives to inform in a way that encourages dollars to be recycled throughout our community, thus strengthening the financial stability of the growing African-American population in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area.
List your business or event for Free on BlackTwinCities.com
Black Twin Cities, Featuring the Minneapolis/St. Paul African-American community.
Black Twin Cities is Black-owned and operated.