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The DC Voice Applauds and Recognizes Minority-Owned Businesses That Survived COVID!

Any small business that survived the Covid-19 pandemic should be applauded. Any minority-owned, small business that survived needs to be applauded and acknowledged! The DC Voice would like to salute any small business – particularly minority and Black-owned businesses! It’s not easy bringing a dream to life. Keeping it a viable business through the ups and downs takes tremendous courage. Surviving Covid is remarkable. Here is our first installment of many of the businesses The DC Voice would like to highlight.

There will be more in-depth articles on these and other small businesses, minority-owned in particular, over the coming weeks and months.

Candy Reign

Anyone can tell by the rotating banner of Black-owned bakeries and sweets that The DC Voice has a “sweet spot” for tasty treats. Well, today that banner has a new member. The DC Voice welcomes Candy Reign to the fold. Candy Reign, out of Fort Washington, started in 2017. Their goal – “… provide a top-notch customer experience, by bringing the best flavor and presentation to your sweet treats. ”

Candy Reign - Making sweet things happen

PhamLee Barbeque & Catering

George will tell you in his own words about PhamLee Barbque but the food speaks for itself.  Better yet, come by and see them Saturdays from 6am to 6 pm on Franklin Street N.E. DC between 24th and 26th Streets.

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Coming in the following weeks.


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