INDIANAPOLIS – WRTV and the Indy Black Chamber of Commerce (IBCC) are pleased to announce they have entered into a strategic community partnership, combining WRTV’s platforms and resources with the Indy Black Chamber of Commerce, Central Indiana’s leading advocate for black-owned businesses.
“The Indy Black Chamber is overwhelmed with excitement on our new partnership with WRTV. We appreciated their willingness to aid the chamber in highlighting black business here in Indy,” said Thomas Griffin, media spokesperson for the IBCC. “We hope this interaction can shine the light on business disparity here in the city. We also hope and believe that through this relationship we will foster greater understanding, growth and continued support for all minority businesses in the future!”
Through WRTV’s commitment to the Indy Black Chamber of Commerce, WRTV will showcase the IBCC’s virtual events, feature IBCC’s member businesses on Hiring Hoosiers, We’re Open Indy and The Rebound: Indiana sections at wrtv.com, and share news related content.
“WRTV is thrilled for the opportunity to partner with the Indy Black Chamber of Commerce (IBCC),” said Andrea Collins, WRTV Strategic Initiatives Manager. “Through our Hiring Hoosiers, The Rebound: Indiana, and We’re Open Indy initiatives, WRTV is primed to share the IBCC’s stories not only assisting their business members but helping the economy and community as a whole.”
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