USBC Welcomes New Chamber


USBC Welcomes New Chamber Member:

UpState New York Black Chamber of Commerce

The U.S. Black Chambers (USBC) continues to grow its impact and reach of 136 nationwide Black Chambers of Commerce and small business associations reaching nearly 250,000 small businesses. The most recent addition to USBC's membership is the Upstate New York Black Chamber of Commerce (USNYBCC). USBC President Ron Busby released the following statement regarding the incoming Chamber:
"It is with great pleasure to welcome the Upstate New York Black Chamber to our thriving membership of Black business owners and Chambers of Commerce. Bringing USNYBCC President Mr. Anthony Gaddy and the UpState New York Black Chamber of Commerce on board as a member allows us to better assess and advocate for Black business owners in the upstate region.
Expanding our efforts to upstate New York helps us further our mission of economic empowerment through the creation of resources and initiatives to support nationwide growth of Black-owned businesses," says USBC President Ron Busby.
The USBC continues to be a key resource for Black Chambers across the nation. Upon becoming a new USBC member, Upstate New York Black Chamber President & CEO Anthony Gaddy had this to say:
"The Upstate New York Black Chamber of Commerce is proud to be the newest member of the U.S. Black Chambers family. Joining the U.S. Black Chambers will provide us with a platform to engage, educate and empower, established businesses, business owners, as well as future entrepreneurs. We will commit our resources of people, time, information and capital toward providing opportunities that create wealth and equity within our communities."
"We look forward to representing the interests and advocating on the behalf of our members throughout Upstate New York in cities including Albany, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Kingston, Newburgh, Poughkeepsie, and Hudson,” says USNYBCC President Anthony Gaddy.
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