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Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies Set For May 20 For Three Williamsburg Minority-Owned Businesses

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JAMES CITY-As part of ongoing efforts to promote and support minority-owned businesses in the Greater Williamsburg area, a ribbon cutting ceremony event will be held on Friday, May 20 beginning at 11:45 am for three local businesses.

The three businesses are: When the Trumpet Sounds, located at 225 S. Henry St., Suite L-5 (11:45am); Madame Pearline’s Charm School, located at 215 Ingram Rd. (12:30pm); and Ucartia Creative Studios, located at 4345 New Town Ave., Suite 107B (1:30pm).

The event is part of the Business Community Collaboration Ribbon Cutting Celebration series hosted by Greater Williamsburg Chamber of Commerce, the YJCW NAACP Branch, and the economic development offices of City of Williamsburg, James City County, and York County.

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