Last but certainly not least during our month of Q&As with Black leaders throughout the Toledo Region, we bring you questions and answers with Milton McIntyre, president of Peak Electric Inc. This month, we have featured a bakery, coffee shop, construction and restoration company, and a consulting agency, and now we bring you an electrical distributor. Our region's Black-owned businesses cover every industry and touch every corner of northwest Ohio and beyond, and we are so proud to have them in our business community. We encourage you to patronize our local businesses throughout the entire year, and we love to highlight and shout out our region's minority-owned and -led businesses. Please enjoy this Q&A with Milton McIntyre of Peak Electric.
The Toledo Region is proving that it’s a community welcoming of all businesses, business owners and leaders. This Black History Month, learn more about Dr. Shanda Gore and Mays & Associates, where Dr. Gore is president and founder. With more than 20 years of service here in the Toledo Region, we feel lucky to share space with Mays & Associates and businesses like it. Read more about Dr. Gore and her business in this Q&A in celebration of Black History Month!
Happy Black History Month! We're continuing to celebrate all of the incredible Black-owned and -led businesses throughout the Toledo Region, bringing you Q&As with some of our friends, members and partners from around the community. If you've never stopped in to Jera's Heavenly Sweet, or haven't yet been to the new location at 3059 W. Bancroft St., do yourself a favor and stop in. While you might be a little late on Valentine's Day, Jera Stewart, owner and operator of Jera's Heavenly Sweet, makes it easy to treat yourself every day. We invite you to whet your appetite with this Q&A with Jera Stewart.
Happy Black History Month! Here in northwest Ohio, we are home to incredible businesses, business owners from a wealth of backgrounds and community members who each have a unique story to share. Please enjoy this Q&A with Keith B. Jordan Sr., owner of The Onyx Café. If you haven’t yet stopped in to this comfortable and intimate coffee shop at 27 Broadway St., we invite you to do so. While you’re there, try a delicious signature bled, cappuccino or locally made pastry. We can promise you’ll be greeted with a warm smile and something delicious.
February brings a lot with it: Black History Month, when here at the Toledo Chamber we celebrate our region’s many Black-owned and -led businesses; Groundhog Day, when we get our first hopes of a warm and sunny spring; and new and exciting events hosted by us and our members. February is certainly a month to celebrate, but before we dive in to the upcoming events for February and beyond, let’s first welcome our newest members who joined the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce in January 2022.