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Collective Of Black Entrepreneurs Gift Atlanta Youth Basketball Team With Bus

1 month ago   |   By News One

A collective of Black entrepreneurs is putting the focus on paying it forward and driving impact in their community this holiday season. After learning a local youth basketball team was encountering transportation obstacles, the CEOs stepped in and gifted the program with a new bus, Atlanta Black Star reported.
“I called my brothers and said, ‘Look, there's this school and they need help getting to their games, and so I thought, what better way than to get them a bus,'” said Jason Lobdell, who is part of a group known as the Circle of CEOs.
- Atlanta Black Star November 28, 2021
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