Saturday, February 01, 2014

Mayor Gray's first visit to The HIVE 2.0 and the Anacostia Arts Center

When: Wed, January 29th @ 2:30pm
Where: The HIVE 2.0 (1231-B Good Hope Rd SE), Anacostia Arts Center (1231 Good Hope Rd SE)
What: Mayoral Tour and meet and greet

FYI - Memberships at The HIVE 2.0 start at only $100/month. That includes unlimited 24/7 access to co-working space, wi-fi, free coffee, and community. It also includes 4 hours a month FREE conference room time! :)

Thanks to our friends at Capital One Bank small business and financial workshops are free at The HIVE 2.0!
Mayor Gray having a few words with  HIVE 2.0 member, Dr. Nura Lane of Aban Institute.
Dr. Lane recently got MARRIED in The HIVE 2.0!
The Mayor posing with staff of KRA, a workforce development company and HIVE 2.0 member

Duane Gautier, CEO of ARCH Development Corporation, a Ward 8 nonprofit.
The HIVE 2.0 and the Anacostia Arts Center are projects of ARCH. 

The Mayor talking real estate with HIVE 2.0 member Kevin Breckinridge a real estate agent and owner of Entrusted Development. Kevin hosts free homebuyer seminars at The HIVE 2.0. 

A great opportunity to take another Southeast Love picture. Yours truly front and center of course.

HIVE 2.0 member Alex Cox of Good Spread tells the Mayor about his peanut butter. Mayor Gray even got a sample!
For every packet of Good Spread sold, a free packet is provided to a malnourished child in Africa.

Karim, owner of Perfect DPI, a graphic design and printing company.
Karim has been a HIVE 2.0 member for almost a year and has done design and print work for Gateway DC, LUMEN8ANACOSTIA, The HVE 2.0, Honfleur Gallery, and many others.

Posing with two more HIVE 2.0 business owners: Anbin Phan of Aloetree Kids and Costello Wilson of Team CPN

HIVE 2.0 member Shemika Johnson of Caybri's Cupcakery sharing how she learned to use social media effectively by attending free small business workshops at The HIVE 2.0.

Mayor Gray being introduced to Nam the manager of the new NURISH Food + Drink cafe in the Anacostia Arts Center.
NURISH was made possible with the support of Anacostia and Ward 8 residents. 

Lynette, owner of the Vintage and Charmed boutique in the Anacostia Arts Center.
Annika Hobbs, owner of the Nubian Hueman boutique in the Anacostia Arts Center

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1 comment:

h st ll said...

Awesome looks like it was a good time!