1st Black-Owned Beauty Supply Store in Nashville made $50,000 in its first 3 hours of opening!

Posted by Ayo Ogun on

Greetings Soulfam,

Let's give a major Shout-out & Congratulations to Roots Beauty Supply, the 1st Black-Owned Beauty Supply store in Nashville, TN. Not only did they gross $50,000 within the 1st 3 hours of opening, they drew a major crowd stretching around the corner.

This is a major accomplishment for the African-American beauty Industry which grosses 2.5 billion dollars in revenue yearly. We are our biggest consumers, so let's continue to support those who know more about our hair needs and recycle those dollars back in the community. If you're in the nabe, make sure you visit them.

They're located at:

Roots Hair and Beauty

Location 1- 4758 Highway 58
Chattanooga, TN 37416–2290

Location 2- 3913 Brainerd Road, Suite, 116

Chattanooga, TN 37411       

423-490-ROOT (7668)


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  • We absolutely love this store and the employees are so nice

    Jennifer Lockridge on
  • Awesome and quite a milestone!! Likewise in the Nail Industry. We are a Black Owned Nail Salon in Va S&J Nail Salon, but many do not care to give some salons a try because of popular belief. We Educate our cilents as well because we are a Nail School who constantly have to fix other Ethnic group work. Support your own ladies and gents!! Much Love

    Edward jenkins on
  • Hi so happy to see this store open for black women, it has been far to long that we have spending our dollars with people/businesses that don’t care about us are how they treat us. its time we stop. time for us to put our money into our own communities, that is what black wall street did. we can do the same and pull together and stop the hate and love each other.

    barbie holmes on
  • I am interested in starting my own black beauty supply store in buffalo ny any suggestions

    Sharon Doyle on
  • Very pleased to know that…We are indeed our own biggest customers and I pray glad tidings for you guys…

    Ms Louella Robertson on

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