Young African American CEO, Dante Lee, Nominated For 2006 Black Enterprise Small Business Award

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Dante Lee is the 25-year old CEO and president of Diversity City Media, a successful marketing and public relations firm.

Annually, Black Enterprise Magazine recognizes a group of entrepreneurs who were inspired to turn their innovative solutions into successful businesses. Generally, three individuals are nominated for each category, and then the winners are announced at the annual Black Enterprise conference in Dallas, Texas in May.

This year, among the nominees is 25-year-old Dante Lee, president and CEO of Diversity City Media - a multicultural marketing and public relations firm.

Lee was nominated specifically for the Rising Star Award - an award that recognizes individuals, aged 21-35, whose outstanding skills, professionalism, and perseverance have established them as future business leaders.

Last year, Lee's firm generated nearly $500,000 in revenue and boasted clients such as McDonald's, BET, NASCAR, Nike, Verizon, and more. He also released a book titled "How To Think Big...When You're Small" which continues to sell out in book stores.

The recent nomination marked the third time this year that Lee and his company were featured in Black Enterprise Magazine (February, April and May 2006 issues).

Lee was also recognized in the February 2006 issue of Ebony Magazine as one of the "Top 30 Young Leaders for 2006".

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