The 3rd Annual Jackson Black Business Expo, March 4, 2017 from 12pm - 5pm at JSU RecPlex
Expo Registration is now open.
Pay for your vendor booth fees using the Paypal link above, once payment is complete, you will be taken to a registration form to submit business information and if purchased, graphics for ad placement. After payment is complete you will be taken to an area to complete your registration.
If you do not see this form due to a pop-up blocker on your browser, call or text us at 601-675-2596.
Also table and chairs are NOT INCLUDED in registration, but can be reserved for an additional fee of $15. If you have need of electricity please include in your comments, and be prepared with your own extension cords and power supplies (no brown extension cords allowed)
Fees are as follows (note: register online only NOT on any social media account or area):
Admission: Free to the General Public. Great opportunities for Door Prizes/Raffles for all participants
Vendor fees: $100 per 6-foot booth space
If you have questions about the event call or email us at email@example.com
Images from IMS/Trensek's Jackson Black Business Expo, March 5, 2016
Jackson Black Pages created the Jackson Black Business Expo to establish a working network between our businesses, the people who run them, and the consumers to encourage our community to recycle its dollars primarily within the Black community first. It is then that we can begin to level the socioeconomic and political playing fields.
The Second Annual IMS/Trensek Jackson Black Business Expo will be open to all Black-owned businesses in the Jackson METRO area. Even those businesses with franchises of national or regional chains will be welcomed as long as they operate in the Metro. Food vendors are welcome.
The Economic Flex (eke'namik 'fleks) verb - 1. A community's consistent act of exercising its financial muscle and spending power. 2. Patronizing Black-owned businesses, banks, and media to ensure their economic success and that of the households that support them.