This Limited Edition Merch Line Supports Black Businesses in Celebration of Black History – Step Out Buffalo
Published on February 22, 2021
February is Black History Month, and as always our friends at Eat Off Art are doing the most to spread awareness this month any beyond. In addition to their “more than just February” campaign, owners Edreys and Alexa Wajed have launched a new initiative with their non-profit arm, Cultrue Inc. to give back to other black-owned businesses in the Western New York community.
Eat Off Art and Cultrue Inc. are celebrating Black History month this year by highlighting and celebrating three local Black businesses on eatoffart.com as well as selling select merch for each of the businesses. The goal is to raise brand awareness and funds to help support the businesses.
“We wanted to celebrate and support Black owned businesses that have a long history in Buffalo within the Jefferson Avenue Business district.”
Eat Off Art Co-founder Alexa Wajed
From February 8th through March 31st special branded merchandise for Doris Records, Zawadi Books and The Challenger News will be available on eatoffart.com. These are 3 very important pillars in our community, black-owned businesses, collectively with over 100+ years worth of dedicated service to black and brown communities of Buffalo and the region for that matter.