AmoroCorp (AORO) CEO Ephren Taylor, America's youngest African-American CEO of any public company, will present 10,000 shares of AmoroCorp stock to the "Snoop Youth Football League" Sunday July 30 at 3 p.m. at the California African American Museum. National entertainer and comedian Kim Vaughn will Emcee. Taylor, 24, will share how he has built a several successful national companies. Families are invited to bring children and teens.
-- At 23, Taylor became CEO of TWO publicly traded companies, AmoroCorp (PINKSHEETS: AORO) and City Capital Corporation (PINKSHEETS: CCCN) with a focus on giving back to communities and "Empowering Communities Through Socially-Conscious Development" -- At 12, Taylor started his first company, and was soon contracting services for large corporations -- At 17, he had the 4th largest company of all teen businesses nationwide, worth $3.2 million -- At 19, he became Kansas Young Entrepreneur of the Year, for creating strategies to help churches and nonprofits earn higher returns on their investments -- Today his companies manage over $150 million in projects, including the famous Kansas City Historic Jazz District, home to the Jazz Museum and the Negro Leagues Museum -- His investor-clients include sports and entertainment figures such as Snoop Dogg. Taylor manages the "Snoop Youth Football League" endowment.
Snoop Dogg's "Snoop Youth Football League" Will Receive 10,000 Shares of AORO Stock to Help Fund Future League Activities
Using Credit For Investment & Charity
One of Taylor's popular investment programs encourages private individuals to participate in changing the housing landscape of urban areas. Even those without cash can use their good credit alone, with Taylor's company paying all costs, doing all the legwork, and guaranteeing the mortgage payments every month. The investor gets 100% of the cash-flow and 100% of the resale profits, or they can direct all of the proceeds to their favorite church or nonprofit. "It's a true hands-off investment, a win-win program for everyone," says Taylor.
In Addition to Presenting Snoop Dogg's "Snoop Youth Football League" With Stock, Taylor Will Present Three Cash Awards Totaling $5,000 to Teams Bringing the Most Guests!
Each team is challenged to bring out as many parents and supportive adults as possible to show support for their team, and win their share of $5,000 in awards to help fund the team's fall activities.
Platinum Artist Snoop Dogg started the Snoop Youth Football League in 2004 to make football affordable for all kids. The NFL helps support SYFL through various youth initiatives, including "Junior Player Development" and "Play Safe!" programs. Players must maintain strict academic requirements to participate, and learn responsibility and respect for themselves and others.
Families are invited to come hear Taylor's story of how faith and perseverance helped him learn to focus on his passions and talents, and helped him overcome the many obstacles to success that he faced.
Location: California African American Museum, 600 State Drive, Exposition Park, Los Angeles Date & Time: Sunday July 30 at 6:30 p.m. Admission: FREE (All attendees are asked to bring along school supplies) AmoroCorp: firstname.lastname@example.org 877-367-1463 City Capital: email@example.com 877-367-1463
AmoroCorp, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: AORO) is a public company dedicated to working closely with government Economic Development Groups across America and internationally, to create workable development and redevelopment programs with local solutions.
City Capital Corporation (PINKSHEETS: CCCN) is a Business Development Company (BDC) authorized by Section 54(a) of the Investment Company Act of 1940 to make loans and equity investments in developing business enterprises. City Capital currently manages the day-to-day development process for the Kansas City (Missouri) Historic Jazz District and Peregrine Falcon subdivision in Kansas City, Kansas.
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