In celebration of Black Business Month in August, State Sen. Scott Wilk (21st District) recognized four Black-owned businesses from his district: Belizean Jamaican Cuisine in Palmdale, and Morgan’s Naturals, TaxTackTics, and CTM Connections in Lancaster.
“Recognizing local job creators during Black Business Month is a fantastic opportunity to spotlight the good work done by the businesses in our own neighborhoods,” Wilk said in a news release.
“From serving up delicious and savory Jamaican dishes to helping residents with tax planning and bookkeeping services, these job creators have made it their business to be the best for our community,” Wilk added.
Belizean Jamaican Cuisine in Palmdale is owned by Ronald Rowland and Sheridan Ramirez. As a dedicated Jamaican restaurant, they serve Central American Caribbean food.
Morgan’s Naturals in Lancaster is operated by Ashakia Morgan and specializes in hair growth products for communities of color.
TaxTackTics and CTM Connections are based in Lancaster and operated by Christina Martin. She manages these dual businesses, specializing in tax planning and bookkeeping services.
For more information on these businesses, visit: https://tinyurl.com/bdfjesz2