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(Black PR Wire) Hollywood, Fla. -- Legacy Magazine and Legacy South Florida Magazine have been empowering the south Florida community with pertinent business and public affairs content for the past 15 years. This momentous achievement coincides with the unveiling of the magazines' annual listings of the 50 Most Powerful and Influential Black Business Leaders. The honorees are profiled in the publications' "Power Issues" inserted in The Miami Herald and Sun-Sentinel, respectively. The awardees will be formally highlighted at an all-star awards gala, scheduled for Saturday, May 4th at The Diplomat Beach Resort (3555 S. Ocean Drive in Hollywood). The cocktail hour begins at 6 p.m. and the gala starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are $175.
"This issue of Legay is important on so many levels. First, it signals who the heavy lifters are in our community. You'll learn: who's creating policy, who's upholding the law, who's keeping us safe, who's employing people, who's executing a vision for our future, and who's generously opening their wallets and giving back," said Russell Motley, editor-in-chief of Legacy Miami and Legacy South Florida magazines. "All of the honorees in this issue are to be commended for their hard work and long hours away from their families."
Legacy congratulates the honorees for being recognized as the 50 Most Powerful Black Professionals in Business and Industry for 2019.
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