Henderson, NV (PRWEB) April 01, 2014
MBE magazine kicks off its year-long 30th anniversary celebration this month and is asking its audience to help recognize its thirty years of publications, as well as those who helped make it a success through two unique events.
The first, which will honor women business enterprises, WBEs Who Rock, ties into the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council’s (WBENC) National Conference and Business Fair (NCBF) in June. The publication is holding open nominations to select 10 exceptional WBEs who excel, not only in their professional accomplishments, but who have shown strong leadership and involvement in their community. The winners will be honored at the MBE magazine's 30th Anniversary Launch Reception during the WBENC NCBF, June 23-25 in Philadelphia, PA. Nominations will be open until April 30 and may be submitted through http://www.mbemag.com.
The publication is also launching a photo campaign entitled How Do You MBE? The campaign, which will run until the magazine’s big anniversary bash in November, asks longtime readers to submit a photo of themselves with an issue of the magazine, along with a caption explaining how and where they MBE. The photos will be featured in a special “How Do You MBE?” spread in the September/October Anniversary issue, and one very lucky winner and a guest will receive a trip to Orlando (airfare and two night accommodation included) to celebrate with MBE at its 30th Anniversary Experience.
Log onto mbemag.com to find out more about the contests and the WBENC NCBF, and help the magazine celebrate a monumental 30 years.
About MBE: Minority Business Entrepreneur (MBE) magazine is published bi-monthly by Enterprise Publishing Inc. and serves as a nationwide forum for minority and women business owners, corporations and government agencies concerned with minority and women business enterprise development. Founded in 1984 by Ginger Conrad, MBE magazine maintains a strong commitment to economic parity as a lasting solution to the ills of poverty and discrimination.