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Who's Who African-American Publications

Who’s Who Publishing Co., is the publisher of the nation's largest portfolio of annual directories focused on African-American achievement. Founded in 1989 with only one publication, Who’s Who has since grown significantly and now produces directories in more 25 cities across the country.

 

 

 

 

 

Achievements Alabama's industrial outputs include iron and steel products (including cast-iron and steel pipe); paper, lumber, and wood products; mining (mostly coal); plastic products; cars and trucks; and apparel. Also, Alabama produces aerospace and electronic products, mostly in the Huntsville area, location of NASA's George C. Marshall Space Flight Center and the U.S. Army Materiel Command, headquartered at Redstone Arsenal. Most of Alabama's economic growth is due to the state's expanding automotive manufacturing industry. Located in the state are Honda Manufacturing of Alabama, Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama, Mercedes-Benz U.S. International, and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama, as well as their various…
This fourteenth edition of Who's Who In Black Atlanta is a continuation of a dream to celebrate and recognize the accomplishments of not only African Americans, but of the large Atlanta community, which appreciates and values all we do to make Atlanta a great city. Who's Who Publishing Company, now celebrating twenty-three years has made history throughout America with our publications that document, recognize and celebrate African-American achievements. Our first book was published right here in Atlanta, yes we were founded here in peach city in the heart of the peach state. This edition is consistent with communicating great stories…
Achievements While it remains a major industrial powerhouse, Baltimore now has a modern service economyproviding a growing financial, business, and health service base for the southern Mid-Atlantic region. Greater Baltimore (the city and surrounding suburbs in Baltimore County) is home to four Fortune 1000 companies: Grace Chemicals (in Columbia), Legg Mason, T. Rowe Price, and McCormick & Company (in Hunt Valley). Other companies that call Greater Baltimore home include AAI Corporation (in Hunt Valley), Adams Express Company, Brown Advisory, FTI Consulting, Petroleum & Resources Corporation, Vertis, Prometric, Sylvan Learning, Laureate Education, Under Armour, DAP, 180s, DeBaufre Bakeries, Wm. T. Burnett…
It is with tremendous pride and enthusiasm that I welcome you to the fourth edition of Who's Who In Black Charlotte. Charlotte, the "New South City" where history is woven into innovation, has grown from a small town to the second largest financial center in the US and has been cited as one of the top cities for African Americans to live. As Charlotte takes the national spotlight, we have experienced a cultural explosion; home of the NFL's Carolina Panthers, NBA's Charlotte Bobcats, NASCAR's Hall of Fame and site of the 2012 Democratic National Convention. Who's Who In Black Charlotte,…
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