A Look Back: Nashville Black History Month Expo by NBM

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The Nashville Black Market’s 4th Annual Black History Month Expo was packed this weekend with over 14,000 people in attendance. It was held at The Nashville Fairgrounds facility. People traveled from all over the country to experience this event. Most of the vendors sold out of products on day 1. There were Food Trucks, Vendors, AR experiences, Raffles, Games, Photo booth installations, DJs and Live music, a live mural and more.

In 2023, The Nashville Black Market’s mission is to create more opportunities for black businesses and entrepreneurs in the community. The goal is to create our own tangible marketplace where culture and commerce connect providing them with services and opportunities for Black-owned businesses to elevate their businesses, and they did just that this past weekend!


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