To culminate the celebration of Black History Month, Councilwoman Patricia Fairclough-Staggers recognized Mr. Cardell Hayes, President of South Dade Connections at the February 22nd presentation in the City of Homestead Council Chambers. South Dade Connections is a Black-owned company and a connectivity source for linking Black-owned businesses and entrepreneurs to resources and opportunities within the South Dade community. Councilwoman Fairclough -Staggers went on to speak about Mr. Hayes’ enthusiasm and vision and the need for Black-owned businesses to thrive, grow, and succeed.
Also joining Mr. Hayes in Council Chambers were the officers of South Dade Connections, Mr. Evans Branch, Vice President, and Mr. Willie Carpenter, treasurer. He also recognized members of his Board of Directors, Dr. Monique Hayes, Hollie Rozier, Sharon Coleman, Natalie Rowe, LT Clayton, and Anthony Brown. He also thanked Vice Mayor Julio Guzman for his sponsorship of the Black History Month celebration at the Seminole Theatre in February.
From the South Dade Connections website
For the longest we recognized the limited number of Black-owned businesses in South Dade and the need for those businesses to not only be seen, but also supported. South Dade Connections is set to change that dynamic and serve as an advocate for the creation and growth of competitive, profitable, and sustainable Black-owned businesses.
For more information, please visit- www.southdadeconnections.com