Black Owned Store Sells Unique School Supplies Dedicated to Millennials and Black Culture

27 year old creator and business owner of Innovative Supplies is sprinkling some more Black Girl Magic with her unique and festive style of school supplies. Nneka is a military veteran and a single mother. After 9 years of service Nneka is looking to start a new chapter in her life starting with her company, all while attending college to become a history teacher.  Her creative designs feature images of positive Black men and women as well as cartoon images of a young Black girl embracing her uniqueness

Be Unique is our TOP seller for our very first day of sales! This special collaboration has sold over 1,000 in just over 12hrs.

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Shop back to school supplies with a company that understands BLK LVS MTR!! Link to shop for supplies is in the bio now.

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as well as a notebook that features Black Lives Matter on the façade. Nneka’s provide products that millennials can relate to. Some of her goals include, hiring the local minority youth, support other small businesses, and donate 40% of the book bag proceeds to a local charities. Students will be excited and ready to show off their unique and colorful notebooks that also provides them with a positive message.

 

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Symphony or Symph for short is a southern girl with Cajun sass, spice ,pzazz and charm. Born and raised in the lively city of New Orleans. Currently a senior at Prairie View A&M University pursing a mass communications degree and a minor in music. She loves giving beauty tips and tricks through YouTube. She considers herself to be "The Beauty Hack Queen!" Symphony voices her opinion and shares the latest news through her blog The Urban Get Down. Ms Busy body is what she calls herself because she's always on the move. Student,Journalist,Dreamer, Lover of Life!

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