Corporate Sponsors and Investors Seek African American Business Owners

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The Best Pitch bridges the gap between African Americans and Corporate America.

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Corporate sponsors and investors have contacted The Best Pitch to connect them with African American Business owners throughout the Nation. Satoya Cole, a customer of The Best Pitch, confides, "African American Business owners and entrepreneurs have the good ideas, we just don't have the resources. And honestly we don't even have the money to hire the big wig firms to even get where the other businesses are.

The Best Pitch gets us to where we need to be without shelling out all of our money. Who can beat $9.99? They got me 1 million dollars from an investor. I went to a company that charged me $3,500.00 and didn't even get me the results that I needed." The Best Pitch connects African Americans who are serious about growing their business and having their dreams come true.

The Best Pitch plans on continuing to level the playing field for African Americans, by not only providing access to corporate sponsors and investors, but by also chipping away at the big time publicity firms that charge $2,500.00 - $5,000 per month. Jennifer Martin, Vice President explains, "We plan on being the Wal-Mart of business services. We provide the same excellent services, we just provide them for customers who were virtually ignored for years and years." Ms. Martin continues, "African Americans for far too long have been relying on just their word of mouth in the community. And they know as a business owner it's not enough, but they simply can't afford to do anything but that. We have decided to make sure that they can afford it." Corporate sponsors are so interested in bridging the gap that they have provided The Best Pitch with extra assistance to ensure that they continue to be reasonable to the African American community. It's a very vital community worth $680 billion dollars.

How it works? The African American business owner simply goes to the web site: http://www.thebestpitch.com, subscribe to the services, and instantly the customer receives the services that he or she needs. The Best Pitch connects Black Business owners to investors who have portfolios ranging from 1 million dollars to 20 billion dollars. And those investors trust The Best Pitch to deliver qualified applicants to their business. As the fourth quarter comes to a close, corporate sponsors are gearing up for next year, and are ready to align with the African American community, and they have specifically and explicitly made it clear that The Best Pitch is the company that they want to hire to make sure that their brand is connecting with their customers. Sheryl Wiley, "They make it seem so easy to receive abundance it can really scare you. When I got the call that I received the sponsorship I almost fell out my chair. I screamed and tears streamed down my face, and the customer service rep just said calmly, 'We got over that hurdle together. We made it ma'am'. I knew then that I'd keep coming back to this business over and over again. I will recommend them to everyone."

No newcomer to investors, corporate sponsors, or the media, The Best Pitch has hired former investors, corporate sponsors as well as journalists to ensure that they deliver the best service to both their client and the Corporate world. Charles Singleton, communications director explains, "Once any African American receive our services they rave on and on about it. I think we've grown without any commercials, and without any radio simply because our customers are telling everyone. The vice president just decided to start implementing commercials and getting the press involved on a consumer level because so many of our current customers state, 'everyone should know about this service'. And I agree everyone should." The Best Pitch closes the gap between the Black community and the rest of the world.

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