Black Momma Teas, Commerce Street Holdings, and Rainstar Capital on CEO Money

With guests:

Vanessa Braxton
Black Momma Tea and Cafe/ Black Momma Vodka
Vanessa Braxton is the first African-American Woman Distiller & Master Blender and Operator of a Nationally Distributed Vodka in the United States, as well as the only Black Owned Tea and Beverage Manufacturing Facility. Mrs. Braxton is currently building 4 additional manufacturing facilities in the US to create jobs and economic development through Black Momma Brands. Ms. Braxton is has developed a Franchise Division Black Momma Tea’s and Café’s building the First Flagship/Corporate location in Long Island and thereafter building at least 150 locations in the future.
Black Momma is a Superior Vodka, Distilled 5 Times and Filtered 5 Times. Drink what the Sexy and Elite drink! The Game has changed and the word is out, Black Momma Vodka is Here!

Dory Wiley
Commerce Street Holdings
Commerce Street Capital, LLC, Member FINRA/SIPC, is a premier investment banking firm serving financial institutions and middle-market companies.
Mr. Wiley has over 20 years of experience in commercial and investment banking and investment management. Prior to his current position with Commerce Street, Mr. Wiley was President of SAMCO Capital Markets, LLC, which he joined in August, 1996. Prior to SAMCO, he was Vice President and Manager of the Financial Institutions Group at Rauscher Pierce Refsnes, now RBC Capital Markets.

David Kyrk
Managing Director – Rainstar Capital Group
Rainstar Capital Group is a multi-strategy private equity firm based in Grand Rapids, Michigan that makes investments in consumer distressed debt portfolios, small business merchant cash advances, distressed mortgages, high growth companies, residential and commercial real estate. As a capital management and advisory firm RCG focuses on the growth of its portfolio acquisitions along with serving its portfolio companies and clients.

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