Leonard Stevens answers questions about Stark minority business group

Leonard Stevens, head of the Stark County Minority Business Association, is shown at Centennial Plaza in Canton.

Leonard Stevens has been an entrepreneur and has owned his own flooring business for over 25 years. When he saw an opportunity to meet with other businesses of like mind to share ideas and explore other opportunities, he decided to get involved with the Stark County Minority Business Association.

Today, he is the CEO of group. The goal is to enhance economic growth, job creation, diversity and inclusion, and quality of life for everyone in Stark County by assisting the development of minority-owned businesses through training, networking and expanding business opportunities.

The association is located at 222 Market Ave. N in downtown Canton. Visit www.starkminoritybusiness.org for more details.

1. How and why did the Stark County Minority Business Association get started?

The Stark County Minority Business Association is a 501(C) (3) organization comprised of newly revitalized and dedicated business leaders, Chamber of Commerce members and others.

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