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Black-Owned Publishing Company Launches Kickstarter Campaign To Expand It’s Publishing House To Bristow, Ok On Route 66

BLACK-OWNED-PUBLISHINGBlack-Owned Publishing Company Launches Kickstarter Campaign To Expand It’s Publishing House To Bristow, Ok On Route 66

— The first Black-owned business on Main Street. —

     BRISTOW, OK (BlackNews.com) — Articulate Communication Publications, SLLC is a Christian based company desirous of bringing positivity and innovation to the family-oriented community of Bristow, OK. As small business owners, they wish to boost the economy by enhancing the artistic goals of authors, musicians, entrepreneurs, and performers, curb delinqRuency in the area and augment the historic value of Route 66.

“Many people would like to develop a dream into reality, but few have the ability to do so. I believe Euniece Dunning is one of the rare people who can turn a dream into reality and make it successful and profitable. She has vision, determination, intelligence, experience and above average abilities to turn this project into reality. She has an unwavering support team as well as other individual and community support. Her project is worthwhile to investigate and support,” says Ira Phillips, SCORE Mentor, International Businessman, International Consultant & Former Government Official.

Articulate Communication Publications will accomplish these goals, by restoring the historic Root Furniture store building in Bristow, Oklahoma and extend their services to all authors, comedians, musicians, and performers in a wide radius, even internationally. Placing

Bristow on the International map is a realistic goal using the ?Main Street? Route 66 project concept. A soft opening July 2018 and a grand opening by August 2018 are anticipated. By faith and the use of crowdfunding, grassroots funding and good old-fashioned hard work, a mini Wall Street will emerge in Bristow, Oklahoma. Earnestly becoming the of hub which links Tulsa, Oklahoma and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on Route 66 is more than a possibility.

Their plans are to house 9 separate businesses in that space; and they are projecting 28-35

professional and semi-professional positions will emerge, from this endeavor.

“I have seen the proposal outline of this company; they have done their homework and we

believe that they will be a huge lift to our economy and will play a key role in our community. I fully endorse them,” says Bristow Mayor Leonard Washington.

KickStarter is an online crowdfunding campaign, which means they need to reach $55,000

of the $275,000 goal on or before December 19, 2017, in order to improve their chances of

success.

“We are in discussions with a very innovative and progressive company about the furniture

store building. Please pray that things will work out for all involved. If this materializes,

Bristow will have something that will draw customers and visitors from all over the United

States. This is all I can say for now, but I will post more as things develop,” says Rick Root,

Owner of Root Furniture Store, Bristow, OK.

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