…African-American entrepreneur Michelle Timberlake-Jackson is taking a bite out of the industry. Her 25-year-old Marjorie’s Beef Jerky Inc. produces a selection of beef jerky made from fine cuts of beef. Marjorie’s Beef Jerky Inc. markets, distributes, and sells a beef jerky brand that features six flavors (Original, Hot & Spicy, Sweet & Spicy, Cracked Pepper, Teriyaki and Burnout). The products are also MSG free and are made only with natural ingredients. When Timberlake started her company in 1991 she was (and still is) an 18-wheeler truck driver. Unfortunately she was in a major truck driving accident in 1991 and, concerned about her financial future, she decided to start a beef jerky company, named after her late mother Marjorie Leona Dawson. “My mother was my number one beef jerky fan. In 2010, she told me, ‘Michelle it’s time for you to put your beef jerky through. It is going to make you,’” Timberlake-Jackson told the New Pittsburgh Courier…
Sisters Launch Online Service That Brings The Hair Salon To You
…Sisters Abigail and Antonia Opiah… figured out that instead of trucking to a shop, women would love to have the salon come to them; so they created an online service called Yeluchi where professional hairstylists and beauty experts come straight to your home. Yeluchi is a natural extension for the entrepreneurial sisters who already founded the successful Black hair care site, Un-Ruly. “Over the years, in building Un-Ruly and talking about Black hairstyles and care, we’ve learned a great deal about our own hair needs and what other Black women need when it comes to their hair,” Antonia told Atlanta Black Star. “What kinds of questions they’re asking, when they can do their hair themselves and when they need an expert to jump in. Yeluchi, our at-home hair styling service, is an accumulation of everything we’ve learned so far.”
Kanye West Delivers Free adidas Yeezys To Paparazzi As Promised
Kanye West is a man of his word. Turns out Pablo not only delivered free adidas Yeezys to every who guess the name of his album, but to all the hard working paparazzi who take his pictures, too. Reports TMZ: We got ‘Ye back in November when he promised he’d hand out the shoes for all the paps’ hard work. Seemed like big talk at the time, but earlier this week he delivered to a bunch of freelance camera guys. Totally free of charge! At $200 a pop, it’s a pretty generous gift. We’re told he also sent out more than 100 pairs to everyone who guessed his album name correctly.