With millions of Black Owned Business directory across the nation, Black-Owned businesses have yet to have a full, comprehensive, and consistent site that connects customers to Black-Owned businesses, especially in southern states. But not anymore… Black Pages of the South has officially launched, and plans for a mobile app will be released soon.
Black Pages of the South is an online/digital directory that lists black owned business directory in the southern area of the United States. This directory covers Black business listings that range from grocery stores, beauty services, realtors, mechanics, professional services and beyond.
“We created Black Pages of the South to make it easier for our Black consumers to circulate the Black dollar,” says Tammy Combs, writer, innovator and entrepreneur is the publisher of Black Pages of the South. “Our mission and goal is to help to empower our community.”
Tammy Combs, Publisher; Before being the Publisher of Black Pages of the South Mrs. Combs owned and operated Southwest Georgia Black Pages as well as accomplishing Legal Studies and Marketing degrees. In previous positions, her responsibilities did include Sales and Management with a previous Black Pages personnel staff of 15. Mrs. Combs is known throughout Georgia and Florida as a representative of Black Pages while servicing the community.
Tammy Hartsfield-Combs, Publisher
Janay Sharp, Editor-In-Chief
Janay Sharp, Editor-In-Chief; prior to establishing Black Pages of the South Miss Sharp had always been in the Sales and Marketing profession. She also has many years of experience with Public Relations with a specialty in Social Media. Establishing Black Pages of the South directory stemmed from her working directly with customers and listening to feedback of effective ways to cater to our niche market.