Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 26, 2005
Being young, female, and African American, isnÂt easy these days. Getting ahead in the job market having to rise above the competition isnÂt easy either, but Erin Relford has proven itÂs not impossible. With hard work and determination, Erin Relford has become one of the many young African American entrepreneurs in Houston, Texas. ÂI took advantage of all the free resources this city has to offer,Â says Erin. Erin Relford is the owner of Adrienne Ford Co., a clothing design company catering to women with curvaceous figures.
Perseverance and Faith is key, but itÂs not impossible to create your own business. There are many organizations out there willing to help anyone wanting to start a business. In Houston, Erin took advantage of ScoreÂs free business counseling and workshops, Houston Small Business Development CorporationÂs workshops, as well as, the University of HoustonÂs Small Business Development Center. In addition, there were many other seminars available on starting your business, marketing and publicity, and how to get a small business loan.
After several failed attempts to win the Miller Urban Entrepreneurship Series Business Plan Competition, Erin decided to find out what it really takes to have a good business plan. Through her search, she discovered many outlets that offer free information and counseling. ÂOwning my own business has been a dream since I was 15, now itÂs finally come into fruition.Â Now the 25 year old seeks to let others know just how easy it is. ÂAnyone can start a business with good research, successful planning, and Prayer!Â
Give your readers the information they need, so they can have access to the right sources in starting a business. Erin Relford is available for interview by phone or in person. To request your media kit and schedule an interview, call Erin at 501-256-9011 or email at Erin@AdrienneFord.com. We can also provide your readers with a free copy of The Curvy Diva, a 12-page shopping guide for curvaceous figures.
About The Company
Erin Relford is chief executive officer and creative director of Adrienne Ford, a clothing design company for women with curves. Adrienne Ford serves the apparel retailing industry, seeking out young adult, professional women between the ages of 18-30, with size 8 to 20 curvaceous figures. Erin is a former semi-finalist for CBS's "The Cut", a reality series hosted by Tommy Hilfiger looking for the next great American fashion designer. Adrienne Ford appeals to the experimental, not-afraid to be seen, independent woman.