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    Earl G Graves, CEO And Founder Of Black Enterprise Magazine, Dies


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    Earl was a trustee at Howard University back in the day also.

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    Porkchops to the end!

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    I use to devour Black Enterprise Magazine when I'd grabbed them from the newsstands. For some unknown reason receiving this very informative magazine in the mail didn't excite me as much. I know Mr. Graves served on many boards, didn't know he was also the chairman and C.E.O of Pepsi-Cola in D.C. which is the largest minority-controlled Pepsi-Cola franchise in the U.S. May God comfort the Graves family and friends hearts and guide Earl G. Graves, Jr to continue his father's legacy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MusicWise View Post
    I use to devour Black Enterprise Magazine when I'd grabbed them from the newsstands. For some unknown reason receiving this very informative magazine in the mail didn't excite me as much. I know Mr. Graves served on many boards, didn't know he was also the chairman and C.E.O of Pepsi-Cola in D.C. which is the largest minority-controlled Pepsi-Cola franchise in the U.S. May God comfort the Graves family and friends hearts and guide Earl G. Graves, Jr to continue his father's legacy.
    Same here. We had a subscription to Black Enterprise starting back in the early 80s.

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