Helping Black Businesses: Milwaukee Bucks Partner with Lonely Entrepreneur Initiative

Milwaukee Bucks—no strangers to making a stand—announced a partnership with The Lonely Entrepreneur platform to help Black busin
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The NBA has had numerous high-profile players who have stood up in the name of racial injustice and social change. This week, the Milwaukee Bucks—no strangers to making a stand—announced a partnership with The Lonely Entrepreneur platform to help Black business owners thrive.

The team unveiled The Black Entrepreneur Initiative, a nationwide program that provides free access to valuable resources through The Lonely Entrepreneur Learning Platform to 100,000 Black businesses.

The initiative starts on January 18 in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Day.

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