Kim Randolph Davis, the CEO/President of the Heartland Black Chamber of Commerce

Kim Randolph Davis, the CEO/President of the Heartland Black Chamber of Commerce, advocates for #BlockVoting and #groupeconomics, aligning with the national campaign of Cascade Media Group and the Kansas City Business Associations. She believes in the power of collective action for economic progress.Heartland Black Chamber of Commerce (HBCC) is a non-profit organization. We partner with all types of businesses owned-and-operated by black business entrepreneurs. Our core focus is on the launching, developing, promoting, sustaining, and growth of the black community. Mr. Leroy Tombs founded the Kansas City Black Chamber of Commerce in 2004. Tombs gained prominence as the owner of Tombs & Sons, which held federal contracts to provide food and maintenance services for military bases throughout the country. The Kansas Black Chamber (KBCC) is committed to developing and strengthening black businesses in the State of Kansas. It is the goal of KBCC to provide resources to connect new and existing businesses to resources that promote prosperous growth. This growth will enable us as individual owners, and as a chamber to support our community.

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