Educate Black America Launches a New Product Line to Support Scholarship Fund

ABC Ventures has announced its first product in the Educate Black America sportswear and accessories line, the “Educate Black America” cap. Project director, Alvin J. Lee, stated that $5 from every $25 cap purchased will go to the EBA scholarship fund, which will support Black students with financial need. The initiative aims to empower Black America to create jobs and economic prosperity.

The program operates exclusively on its website and its social media platforms on Facebook and Twitter. Additionally, the caps will be sold through a Designated Seller Network of 1,000 individuals, businesses, and organizations that earn a $5 seller fee from each cap they sell. These designated sellers will have the opporunity to designate a scholarship winner after they sell 100 units.

To purchase a cap or become a designated seller, go to the EBA official website and click EBA caps.

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