The African Store Brings Shea Butter and Black Soap Savings to the 2006 Indiana Black Expo

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The African Store brings Shea Butter and Black Soap savings to the 2006 Indiana Black Expo from July 14-16 2006

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The African Store, ( brings Shea Butter and Black Soap savings to the 2006 Indiana Black Expo from July 14-16, 2006.

Bring a copy of this press release, a friend or family member and get 5-10% off your total purchase. You will find us at booth number 2129 in Hall F. Time of operation is available on our website.

Shea butter has been used for centuries in Africa and later in Europe to fight a multitude of skin conditions, and internal illnesses. Shea Butter has been clinically proven to decrease the appearance of lines and wrinkles, and its reputation is fast becoming one of an anti-aging compound. In fact, Cocoa Butter was widely used by most major U.S. and European cosmetics companies before Shea Butter was introduced. Since then, Shea Butter is now used more often than Cocoa Butter in most natural skin care products.

When applied, dry hands and skin are new again within seconds.

Pure Shea Butter has a unique earthly smell and texture during application but it quickly dissolves into your skin and the smell becomes unnoticeable after that. That is why so many retailers and cosmetic companies go out of the way to come up with some Shea Butter products that will sort of smell good by adding cheap and artificial perfumes or oils. This does not only reduce the natural healing effects of Shea Butter but it may or can cause some serious skin reactions. The use of certain chemicals in making skin care products is known to cause skin cancer today.

Along Shea Butter, The African Store will retail the world-famous Dudu-Osun African Black Soap, pure Ghana Black Soap, and scented fragrance body oil. Dudu-Osun African Black Soap has been the best selling African Black Soap since its introduction some years ago. Thanks to the all-natural tropical ingredients like Shea Butter, Aloe Vera, Honey, Lime and Lemon juice that are used in making this luxurious and natural African Black Soap. African Black Soap is for any skin type and all human races. It gets its name from the colour of the soap (brownish-black), which is due to the ingredients used in making it.

Brief history of the Indiana Black Expo:
Indiana Black Expo, Inc. (IBE), the largest Black Expo, has been a pillar of the African-American community for 35 years. It has encouraged, uplifted and celebrated the accomplishments and achievements of African-Americans throughout the U.S, Indiana in Particular. Its mission, to be an effective voice and vehicle for the social and economic advancement of African-Americans. Its vision, that African-American youth and families achieve their highest potential and reflect pride in their ethnicity. Its diversity promise, Indiana Black Expo, Inc. celebrates cultural diversity and inclusiveness across all races, ethnicities, nationalities, generations, socioeconomic levels and religious affiliations. They continue to strive for excellence by providing unique events and programs that reflect the changing landscape of Indiana and the world. Their commitment to excellence through personal enhancement and community development exemplify their dedication to improving the quality of life for all.

Since its inception in 1970, Indiana Black Expo, Inc. has done just that. Programs and activities such as the Youth Video Institute, Summer Celebration, Coca-Cola Circle City Classic, various scholarship programs and We Can Feed the Hungry, have contributed to communities for decades. The summer events attract over 350,000 people every year.

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David Okafor
The African Store


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