Spend your money with these Cincinnati Black-owned businesses!
In the African American community, the Black dollar only circulates for six hours. This is far less than the 28-day lifespan of Asian money in their community and the 19-day lifespan of Jewish money in their community. So the next question is, how can we fix this? Check out these Cincinnati Black-owned businesses for unique and thoughtful purchases for gifts or personal needs. These businesses have either a retail space or online presence with items or gift cards for purchase.
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A retail store of fashion created to promote excellence in men, women and kids.
An online retail boutique of accessories, shoes and sunglasses for women.
A full-service florist with a dedicated staff to serve individual clients are a large group.
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CoCo Sugar Naturals
An online retail boutique of handmade whip scented body butters.
A retail store of premiere sneaker and clothing shop. This store also has custom painting from Black artist Marlon Marshawn.
An online retailer or workout attire and accessories.
Dirty Bird Sugar Scrubs
An online store of sugar scrubs, soaps, body butter, and sprays to help relieve dry skin, sensitive skin, eczema and more.
An online boutique for handmade candles, wax melts and fragrance sprays.
Game Time Budgeting
Online retailer of books and tools to teach adults and children financial literary.
A beauty salon that offers gift certificates for quality care for natural and relaxed hair.
Hard II Knock Shoppe
An online and retail store of the latest urban news and trends.
An online store of African American books for purchase.
An online retailer of natural self care products that are vegan and cruelty free.
A travel agency who will research and find the best vacation package for your needs allowing you to save time.
Joseph Clark Gallery
A gallery of various art from artists and collected African art available for purchase.
Junebug Jewelry Designs
A retail provider of Bohemian, eclectic, modern, funky and earthy handcrafted jewelry.
Kolored On Purpose
An online retail store of trendy Christian apparel clothing.
Kilimanjaro African Heritage
A retail store of African art, clothing and other pieces.
Lo Blow Tobacco
A retail store hookah, raw and hemp products.
A retail clothing store and accessories for men, women and kids.
A full-service florist ready to serve small and large orders.
NOVE Home & Body Décor
A provider of interior design and an online shop of exclusive fashion and décor.
An online store of Cincinnati apparel for men, women, kids and babies.
Travel agency dedicated to offering you the best prices and advice, while maintaining an emphasis on customer service.
A full-service florist with custom floral designs.
A retail boutique specializing in the latest trends in streetwear for men.
ReaLove Inspirational & Custom Designs, LLC
A retail store that specializes in custom apparel for family reunions, businesses, sports teams and more.
A retail location that provides sewing classes, fabric for sale, clothing alterations, and custom garments.
Smith & Hannon Bookstore
A retail store with exquisite works embodied with rich African-American history.
An online retail boutique of urban clothing for men and women.
A retail store of fine modern lighting.
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There are also Black-owned restaurants you can patronize for food, desserts and other nutritional needs. If there are any Cincinnati Black-owned businesses of retail or professional services that we have missed, please let submit your business to our Black Business Database. For questions contact The Voice of Black Cincinnati.
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Marissa Staples, Writer
The Voice of Black Cincinnati