Harlem’s Etu Evans And Others Honored At The Mount Vernon Chamber Of Commerce Gala

December 18, 2019

On Thursday, December 5, 2019, Omar Fields president of the Mount Vernon Chamber of Commerce in NY (MVCCNY) hosted their inaugural “Business Ball 2019,” as part of an Eagle Awards Celebration of Businesses.

The event honors and recognizes entrepreneurs from Harlem to the Hudson (youth included). Some of those honored included Harlem celebrity shoe designer Etu Evans, Dillon Alleyne a fashion designer for Calvin Klein to name afew.

The event was held at a newly opened venue located in the heart of the city in Mount Vernon, where local businesses are supported by the Mount Vernon Chamber of Commerce (MVCCNY).

The gala is expected to become the business event of the year. Mark your calendars now, so you don’t want to miss next years fabulous in 2020, Friday, December 4th.

More information on the Business Ball at www.mvccny.net.

Photo credit: 1-5) Guests. 6) Fashion Designer Dillon Alleyne designs for Calvin Klein. 7) Atmosphere. Photos by Putwa Media. 

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